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In this car tutorial you will learn how to replace the headlight and taillight on a Cadillac.
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For today's episode of Cadillac Crisis DIY, we are going to be replacing headlight and tail light bulbs. The first thing that you're going to need to do is open the hood of your car. I've already done this.
Next, you will have to locate the radiator cover, which is this big piece of black plastic that goes across the front of the car. After that, you'll have to remove six mounting screws. It'll look like this. There are little piece of plastic, the screw actually comes out. You hold those out and then remove the radiator cover as so.
After removing the cover, you will see on the top of the headlamp, there are two mounting bolts which are the only two bolts that hold it to the car that are located right here and right here. One of them is very long and the other one is quite short, but after you take those out, you will be able to easily remove the headlight.
Once you've taken the bolts out of the headlight, the removal of the actual housing is quite easy. You just lightly hold the headlight away from the car, being careful not to snag any of the wires on the frame.
If you look at the back of the headlight, you will see there are five light bulbs in this headlight, a very small one for the side indicator light, a turning headlamp, the turning directional, your main headlamp, and your high beams.
Now all the lights come out easily with a simple twist of around 30 degrees and light bulbs can be easily removed and replaced that way. With the halogen lights, the difference is that instead of the light bulb plugging into the housing there is -- the housing is actually included in the light bulb with a halogen light and you have to remove the plug from the back of the light bulb instead of light bulb from the plug, the only difference.
With halogen light bulbs, you don't want to actually touch the bulb itself. If you do, wipe the ball down with a rubbing alcohol and then insert it without touching it with your fingers, because it can create hotspots and your bulb can burn out faster. So once you've replaced whichever bulb you need to replace, simply slide the headlight back in and it goes in eventually and bolted back to your car. See I done my, put back in.
Okay, for a tail light, first you have to open the trunk and then you have to remove this piece of plastic which sits right on the lip of the trunk. It's held on by two bolts; one on the right and one on the left. As after you remove them, you can simply lift it up and out of the way.
Once you've done that, go to whichever side you need to replace the tail light on and pull away the lining of the trunk to expose a little bolt right back here, looks like a plastic wing nut and undo that and after -- and there is also another one down here. Once you undo both of those, you can pull the tail light housing away from the car.
Once you've exposed the bulbs, it's very easy to take them out. It's exactly the same as it was on the headlights. Pushing little piece of plastic, rotate 30, 45 degrees and simply pull out of its housing. Easy. Both of them and this tail light are the same, same as the other one.
There are however, four other bulbs in the tail light which I will show. However, as you can see though, as you get to replace this tail light bulb, there are two more on the trunk in -- like on trunk lid instead of along with the rest of the frame of the car.
These, I've not been able to get out because it involves taking off the entire lining of the inside of the trunk and then unbolting this in some confusing manner which I don't understand and the unplugging things that I don't know where they go. So I haven't been able to figure that out. But if you're good with taking apart the side of the car to get to these tail lights, you can probably figure this out without too much of the hassle.