The VW polo has headlight bulbs. If the headlights are not working, it may be a bulb has burnt out.
the bulbs used are 2-in-1 high-low beam bulbs if your high beam isn't working try rewplacing the bulb if that doesn't do it check the wiring or your fuses
could someone please tell me how to remove the front headlight unit from a Mazda 6.? the light housing where the bulb goes is loose causing my light alighnment to be off and i cannot get my hand in from behind to try to fix it.
my peugeot 306 has a twin headlight on drivers side and a single unit on passenger is that normal
To remove the headlight on the mx-3 you must unbolt the front bumper, loosen all 4? bolts and disconnect the headlight wiring. The whole unit should just pull right off.
I what car? Year, Make, Model. All will have individual bulbs for the different functions, some are indeed located in the same housing.
there is a locking bar to side of headlight has a hook end, press down and pull, this will release headlight, also it ie held in with one plastic turn screw at rear of headlight,
undo all 3 11mm bolts on headlight case. . Unplug the 2 plugs on back of headlight. . ull feel a button "clip" that when pushed lets u disconnect the cables. . u can do this after wrigling out the headlight abit. . . Once the unit is out unscrew that big cap. . unclip headlight socket and take out headlight and DO NOT TOUCH!! unleas its broken and u dont want to keep it. . Insert new headlight into the socket and clip back in (make sure its clean though!!) Wriggle headlight unit back in place PATIENTLY. . no easy way of explaining of how to get the b***h back on really easily
you have to remove the panel which is situated in front of the front wheel, inside the wheel arch, this will give you access to the lower bulb. I found it easier to take the headlight unit out completely and replace the bulbs on the bench.To remove the unit you undo the two screws on the top of the light and loosen the screw through the panel in the wheel arch and the headlight will slide forward and out.
first remove the bumper cover. then you will see a braket with 2 or 3 bolts holding the unit to the car. remove these and the bolt on top ( dont forget to disconnect the bulbs) its that easy
There are two bolts holding the unit to the vehicle. Open the hood, look down on the headlight unit, and you will see the two bolt heads. Remove the two bolts, one will be long the other short. Then pull the headlight unit from the car. You will need to disconnect the the headlight wiring if you are benching the unit.
You cannot replace the headlight bulb. You need to buy a new headlight unit.
This works for a 2003 Blazer, they may be the same. You will actually have to remove the head light assembly to access the bulbs. The procedure will not throw off the headlight aiming a bit and it is real easy. If you look at the top of the radiator support just above where the head lights are, you sill see two black plastic pieces that lean in toward the engine compartment on each side. They are about an inch, or so, wide. Just pull/lever them up and the head lamp will pop out for access to the bulbs. You will need to pop out the center grill and then on each headlight unit there are two tabs (one on each side of unit) that you need to pull up. After that carefully pull out the headlight unit and remove the wires that are for the lights. To change the bulb remove the large rubber cap and twist the bulb holder to remove the bulb from headlight unit.
Open the hood and right behind the headlight unit you will see two clips...just pull them up and the headlight unit comes right out.
There are three main types of headlight bulb: Filament HID LED Filament are traditional bulbs, using a metal filament surrounded by halogen or xenon gas. Standard bulbs are normal, but headlight bulbs of up to twice the brightness, such as Osram Night Breaker are also available. HID use an arc of electricity, and are on some high end cars. Available as an upgrade, you need to add a ballast unit and a new bulb, so not a direct replacement. LED is only just becoming mainstream. No upgrade path from standard bulbs, as they need carefully designed fittings and controls to make them bright enough for main headlights, although they are common in sidelights, tail, brake and indicator bulbs.
To remove the headlight unit from Vauxhall Vectra SRI 1999, first remove the cover and disconnect the wires by pulling outwards. Push each side of the pin outwards until it releases. Then remove the headlight unit.
There aren't headlight covers, it all one unit. One of my lens was cracked and I had to replace the whole unit.
The flasher unit on a Mazda 323 is located on the end of the flasher lever. Remove the lower steering column to bring the unit to view.
Open hood. twist headlight to remove. Unplug old unit. Using gloves to prevent bodily fluids on new unit, remove new unit from pkg and plug in wiring harness. Re-install new unit twisting it to secure and lock in headlight housing.
It is a sealed unit housing the bulbs. If it shows water beads or collects, it needs to replaced or removed and checked for damage. The only thing you can do besides replace the unit is drill a small hole under the headlight unit in the middle.This will allow the water to drain. Which may save your bulb.
Pull up on the two small ("L" shaped) slides(on top of headlight ass.).Headlight pulls out.
Open the hood of the engine compartment. Remove the wiring harness from the headlight. Remove the retaining bolts from the headlight assembly. The headlight unit will come out. Reverse the process to install the new headlight.
Most modern Japanese cars require the font bumper and possibly grill to be removed before removing the headlights. Once the front bumper is off you can usually see the mounting bolts for the headlight fairly easily.