Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
I need headlight and tail light replacement instructions please.
Release the hood latch inside the Rodeo. Raise the hood and look down behind the headlights. The old bulb and assembly are held into the headlight from the back side of the the headlight. There is not a great deal of room to work behind the headlight because of the battery on the passenger's side and the air cleaner box on the driver's side.
Grip the large round plastic nut with your hands and give it a quarter turn counter-clockwise. Carefully remove the head light and plastic nut. Look for the release lever to depress and pull on the old bulb at the same time. It will unplug very much like your computer power cord. Be careful not to drop the plastic nut.
Now plug in the new bulb and replace the plastic nut. Carefully insert the bulb into the headlight and give the plastic nut a clockwise quarter turn and try the new light.
I just replaced both of my headlights last night and I am an accountant.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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