Having problems with your Audi A4 ?

How do i remove the passenger side head light ?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-02-2018

Answers :

Heres how you go about removing the headlight and replacing bulbs:
\015\012you will need a 7-point star screwdriver (6+ inches)
\015\0121) unscrew the two screws on the tabs above the headlight fixture (if one is missing its not a big deal)
\015\0122) unscrew the screw on the bottom of the light fixture. It will be on the inside bottom of the light (towards the grille).
\015\0123) For the driver side: unscrew the screw that is slightly infront of the power steering reservoir (if its stuck you may need a wrench to get some movement). This screw only needs to be loosened, don't unscrew it all the way.
\015\012For the passenger side: unhook the left part of the air filter (don't worry, it pops in and out easily) there should be a screw towards the hole for the air filter on the upper left of the light, loosen it.
\015\0124) Slide the headlight fixture out of the car and undo the little metal clips over the covers. take off which ever cover holds the old bulb and replace it witht he new one. BE CAREFUL! DON;T TOUCH THE BULB WITH YOUR FINGERS, THE OIL MAY CAUSE THEM TO EXPLODE
\015\012 And on the off chance you make the same mistake as me and drop the screwdrier into the engine block, park your car up on a curb and get it from below.
\015\012hope this helps!
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