1) Remove two stainless steel scrwes holding the lower marker light assembly.
This allows acces to a bolt you will have to remove.
2) The bolts hold the head light assembly to the truck. The socket size is 9mm
(Canada) U.S. you guess. Remove the four bolts and the head light assembly will
Access to the bulbs is now visiable. Just twist out the old bulb and replace.
Reassembly is in the reverse order.
My 2000 GMC Safari uses the Halogen bulb that inserts into the lense assembly (referred to as the "composite" bulb, and NOT the sealed-beam bulb).
You might be able to replace the bulb without removing the Lens assembly from the vehicle. However, use extreme care not to touch the new bulb-glass, and to insert it 'cleanly' (without touching the bulb-glass against anything) into the headlight lens.
I am right-handed. I opened the hood, made sure the headlights were off, and used this procedure:
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to dislodge the headlight electrical connector from the bulb (very carefully slip the flat-blade screwdriver between the connector and the bulb-base (still in the lens assembly) just enough to 'unlock' it and allow it to be removed from the headlight bulb- be careful not to break the connector).
I stood with my right arm against the car, in front of the lens assembly. I reached-in (for me, the drivers side) with my right hand, grabbed the bulb base, and rotated it counter-clockwise (counterclockwise when facing the back side of the bulb and lens).
Rotate the bulb about 3 'hours' (from the 6 o'clock position to about the 3 o'clock position). My bulb was 'sticky', and is the reason I had to stand as noted above to get enough torq to turn the bulb. The bulb should now be loose in the lense (but don't remove yet).
Note the postition of the bulb and bulb base before removing from the headlight lens assembly (i.e., 3:30 position).
Remove the old bulb. (Though I didn't, it would be a good idea to take a paper towel and wipe around and at the hole in the back of the headlight lens, before proceeding- see the next step below for the reason)
Orient the new bulb to the approx 3:30 position, and carefully and cleanly insert into the headlight lens, touching nothing against the bulb glass. I actually slightly touched the bulb-glass against the edge of the headlight bulb hole when inserting the bulb. There was no grease or oil at this opening, so I don't think it will affect performance/bulb-life. Time will tell...
Rotate clockwise approx. 3 hours (clockwise when facing the bulb from the back side) to lock the bulb in place.
Reconnect the headlight connector.
This worked for me to change out my driver-side bulb. Good luck.
go to back of headlight assembly and twist it out.
read the manual
you can go to your local autoparts store and they can help you replace the light
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The bulbs unscrew from the back of the light assy. sometimes you have to remove it to get to the back.
Remove the wiring harness from your 2000 Kia headlight. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new headlight assembly.
The filter is behind the left headlight, Take the ducting off and get to the filter to change it.
Open the bonnet. Remove the grill. Remove the screws holding the headlight in. Carefully pull the headlight out. Remove the cap on the rear of the headlight.
if it is a 2000 like mine, it is located just behind the passenger headlight beside the wheel well. if it is a 2000 like mine, it is located just behind the passenger headlight beside the wheel well. if it is a 2000 like mine, it is located just behind the passenger headlight beside the wheel well.
headlight replacement is not so bad. just pop the hood, look at the back of the headlight, you should see what resembles the vanes of a generator. It looks as if it is just begging to be turned. Well, turn it (remember, lefty loosey, righty tighty). there you go. replace the bulb and you are on your way.
you can go through the bottom of the car and try to reach in and twist it off. Or you can open the hood and unscrew it.
if you look down at the top of the headlight assm with the hood open,at the rear of the headlight assm you will see two long clips holding in the headlight assm. they run top to bottom. you have to pull these clips up and release them from the headlight assm. now pull out the whole assm and you will be able to access the bulb.
To replace a headlight bulb, you will first need to remove the cover and existing bulb. Check your owners manual for instructions on how to do this.
If you're talking about the headlight, the "lens cover" is not a separate part, you need to replace the whole headlight assembly.
No, the 2000 takes a 9003 bulb and the 2004 takes a 755 bulb. See sources and related links below.
Do you mean fuel sender? If you do it's located in the fuel tank and is a complete unit (pump & sending unit).
The best way it to take your Ford Explorer to the nearest Ford Dealer. He will doubtless employ mechanics who will be glad to replace the headlight assembly.
If just the bulb then there is lots of space you can just unscew and replace if entire headlight then unscrew the holding bolts and pull out. Then replace with new assembly.
For the 1994 model (B3000), you can't change just the bulb. You have to change the headlight assembly.
take it out then replace it
Turn signal lever.
I just changed both 2000 headlight bulbs. Locate the clips on the side of the assembly and pull up. Assembly is now loose and ready for you to install the new bulbs. Reverse to install.