changing headlifgt bulbs

Asked by Dec 25, 2011 at 02:00 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS1 AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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There's two ways to do this, one takes longer than the other but requires removal of the headlamp itself. Option 1: Open the hood, and look at the back of the headlamp. You will find that there's a wire that attaches to it. That wire is where your bulb is, you would need to twist the cap that the wire is attached to and it should just pop right out. Attached to it you'll find the headlamp bulb, just take it out, place the new one in, put it back into the headlamp and twist it to ensure that its locked into place. Be careful if you do this, sometimes the bulb, turn single are two separate wires (sometimes you can tell, others you cant) Option 2: requires that you remove the entire headlamp (pointless to do, but its good practice if you have no clue or a cracked lamp) Again, under the hood... but this time unscrew the bolts that hold the lamp into place (around 3 to 4 total) then the lamp can be removed. In that, you can easily remove the bulbs. Then just screw it back into place. Takes a little longer to do this, but up to you

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