Jul 26, 2014 Welcome to fixya Take the wheel off then remove the caliber brakes and then have to remove the nut and pin from the center of the wheel on then it should slide off easy when takeing off the brakes wen you remove the caliber make sure u us something to hold the calibers piston in like a C clamp or something of that size hope this helps you out have a good day Jul 06, 2008. Nov 12, 2009 1 Lift up on the headlight retainer to release the headlight assembly. The rest is pretty much straight-forward. Note that the connectors are color coded but you do not see the color codes until the connectors are pulled. That will allow you to get the bulb out and the new one in. Our manufacturers only produce replacement lights that meet the highest of industry standards, ensuring on-road safety and reducing the probability of breakdowns in component construction.
The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. If you can't get to it take the light assy off. It is not a sealed beam. The bolts have 10mm heads. I asked for the lights to be replaced with the reflector type headlights which come on the base truck. The bulb housing is rotated in clockwise, so to remove you would turn counter clockwise. Open the hood; locate two angled metal sticks just above theheadlight system.
That is a lock and by sliding it forward you can pull that connector. You will have vertical adjustment screws for each independent beam separate highs and separate lows, but will be same screw if highs and lows are the same bulb. Once plugs removed inside hole are 2 Phillips screws star shaped screws. We sell wholesale to the public. Use a shop light or flashlight to see, but the tabs lift from the top.
The drivers side is much easier if you remove the battery. Jun 15, 2009 You do not need to take the headlight assembly out. Headlights shine a straight horizontal beam of light about 40 inches off the roadway. The dealer was not contacted. Then remove the housing, change the bulb and re-install. I havent fixed mine yet but what I would do is remove the grill first, which is required on most newer chevrolets, to remove the headlight.
You want to use the T20 version only. The passenger side is a breeze but the drivers side is a pain in the butt. This will expose the bulb and its connector. Citations can be issued for products that do not meet the minimum regulatory requirements. This answer is based on watching a dealer mechanic and asking him questions.
You will have vertical adjustment screws for each independent beam separate highs and separate lows, but will be same screw if highs and lows are the same bulb. Next, take the largest screw driver in your box and use it to lift the tabs on the headlamp connector. I am filing this report as a safety concern. Once you have the assembly out, accessing the bulb is simple! Bulbs are not included but are available as an option thru us. Push down and out on the wire spring clamp that is holding the bulb in place. Two are located on the top of the assembly, one on the lower corner. Placethem to the side for a few minutes.
Separate the wire plug from the base of the bulb. The truck now has about 22,000 miles on it. As with all Halogen bulbs, do not touch the bulb with your fingers as it will shorten their life. You may need to pull the outer connector too. This option will include load resistors already added into the harness. Use a small flat screwdriver and delicately pry the trim piece towards you.
You want to use the T20 version only. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The truck has not been wrecked or damaged. Our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory, so you can be assured the parts you buy are in stock at the time of ordering. Open the hood and go in from inside the engine compartment.
Its easier just to bring it to the dealer and have them do it. Once you have the trim removed, you will need to remove 3 bolts that retain the headlight assembly and one press-in tab. Dealer will do nothing on its own. All changes must be made through Chevrolet proper. Best guess as to why is because that side is near the curb when driving, therefore exposing it to the runoff water from the road. We actually had to shut off vehicle and restart that worked until we could get home.