Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Georgetown, TEXAS
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The hardest part is getting to the two 11mm, I think, nuts that are on each assembly on the engine compartment side.... Before you start, remove both batteries for gained access. Then one side at a time (get a flash light) find the 11mm, i believe, nuts on the engine side, they are kindof hidden in the metal framing about 8 to 10 inches down from the top of the assembly(engine side). And of course the two screws you can see on top. After that the markers and signals will come out. To remove the bulbs rotate 1/4 turn then the easily come out. Then, for even more gained access I loosened the plastic backing that it all mounts to so that it is easier to mess with the clips that hold in the main headlight, which is next. It is held in by 3 clips that hold the adjusting screws in place. Remove the clips and the headlights will come out. Add new headlights and reverse process.
That should about cover it..... after the headlight is in and before you tighten the marker and signal back up, mock them up and use the adjusting screws to flush it all together. Then fine tuning can be done later with the fine adjustment rod.
Let me know if you need any other tips, this is all still fresh in my mind. With my brother standing there watching this took about an hour.
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