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Old 11-12-2011, 08:12 PM
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I wanted to add a few pictures to this to help out.

These are the tools you will need to make the job easier.
Ratchet
extension (really long one or a couple of short ones)
plastic rivet remover
flashlight
magnet (metal tool retriever)
11mm socket




Then of course you'll remove the items in the order that it states above. It states that you don't need to remove the grill to be able to remove the headlights but TRUST me, you DO need to remove the top bolts holding the grill on. Once you remove these you can move the grill forward enough to get to the lower bolt holding the headlight on.

These are the four bolts to remove to loosen up the grill to make work easier.





These are the two bolts you will have to remove from the headlight.



This is a picture of the plastic tab that you'll have to push up/down to remove headlight and reinstall it as well.


This is the connector that is holding the headlight, just pull straight out and then start to pull while rotating the headlight towards the grill. It comes out easier that way.


Once headlight is out, disconnect these two items.



Then sit the headlight down on something sturdy and remove the two covers as shown below. disconnect the wires from the bulbs and rotate the bulbs to remove them. Now your ready to install the new bulbs and go in a reverse order to put everything back together. I hope this helps some...
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