everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and a professional shop manual should be available at the library in the reference section for FREE...make copies of the right pages and fix your vehicle like a PRO! :) good luck Dave :)
You take it to the dealership or risk making the mistake of many other DIY headlight replacers and break the retainer clip that holds the bulb in the headlight assembly.
You have to take the tire off and get the liner off to reach the the headlight!
Take it to halfords matey £6 fitting worth every penny.
Take out the back seats, then go in truk... There you will find a hatch. Take that out then remove spearker amp and its surrounding plate covers. Lift up carpeting and you will find the fuel pump cover .
5w20 or 5w30
There is 2 large plastic screws that hold the headlight assembly`s in. Simply unscrew them and lift the headlight assemblies out then unhook take the bulbs out.
Can you take a Ford Ranger 1994 bed and put it on a 1994 Mazda B2300? Truth be told, they are the same truck. My 1995 B2300 has "Made for Mazda by Ford" on a sticker inside the door of the driver's side. Also, the Chilton's manual for the Mazda B series trucks are the same as the one for the Ford Ranger.
you have to take the front bumper off from underneath your car to get to the lights.
TAKE THE COVERS OFF THAT COVER THE FOG LIGHTS BY PULLING THEM OUT.gET A SREW DRIVER AND TAKE THEM OUT THATS IT.
Remove the parking/turn signal light assembly. Take off the grill. Remove the headlight bulb. Remove the inner and outer attatching screws and upper attatching screw. Lift the headlight out.
I'm guessing that you have clouded over or broken headlights and need to repair or replace them. If memory serves, the covers themselves are not removable. I think you need to replace the entire headlight assembly. There are kits available to resurface the plastic on the headlights, but they're expensive and there are varying reports as to how well they actually work.
The only tool that is really needed to remove the distributer cap off of 1994 Mazda Protege is a screwdriver. Using this tool will enable you to loosen the cap, and then you can remove it.
Better off to leave on apply wax or a fine rubbing compound.You have to keep up to it.
take em off 1by1 and put them back on after each one you take off
behind the covers in the motor capartments there are bolts to remove the light cover there also is a round holister (wiring harness) that twists off witch allows you the change the bulbs.
Pop the hood, see the black covers that go across the front over the headlights and radiator? take off the part that covers the headlight, there should be 2 little screws that you can grab with your finger and twist. The cover will come up and there will be a socket you can remove can, remove the light socket. . Take those out and replace the light bulb. Put back together in reverse order.
Open the hood to the engine compartment. Take hold of the headlight connector. Push the connector in and turn at the same time. The lightbulb will come out. Reverse the process to install the new lightbulb.
In order to change the headlight on a 1994 Chrysler LHS, you must lift the hood and take off the shroud and the front grill. Then you can move the battery if you're changing the light on that side. There may be a few odds and ends that you may have take off to change the bulb but you should be able to reach and change the light bulb on your car.
it's in the trunk on the left side as if ur standing behind the car. take out the covers and u'll see the cover. its two covers on the top and bottom right underneath the left speaker.
In the winter I use conventional 5W30 In the summer I use conventional 10W30
I have the same problem. You can't seem to take it off from the outside. All I was told is that you have to unscrew it from the inside somehow.
there is a cross member that covers the radiator and hold the headlights in place, there are about 10 bolts that need to come out, after removing them you should be able to take that out and have access to the headlight.
To remove the headlight housings on a 2003 350z first take the bumper off the car. Remove the wheel well covers to access the rear of the lights. Locate the four mounting bolts of the headlights and loosen them. Unplug and remove the housings.