It will be in your owners manual but it's pretty simple. Pop the hood, pull the plastic pins along the top of the plastic grill. Remove your turn single bulbs from the grill, simply twist the housing behind the grill to remove the light. Pull the bottom clips out of the retainers from one side to the other and remove grill. Now simply unscrew your headlight lens and replace the bulbs in the back, then put it back together. Done.
I have a 2010 wrangler ,i followed the owners manual to replace head light bulbs. I had trouble getting bulbs out of socket. I pulled the red loccking tabs all the way out and bulbs still wont come out. Any 1 have any ideas?
Careful about brighter bulbs. If they draw more current the computer may not allow them to turn on. I've read it hear many times. What's wrong with the stock bulbs? I live in the country and haven't seen the need for bright lighting.
thanks im just trying to install HID headlights, but im still having trouble with it, i cant seem to the find the pins you are talking about on the grill is it the same on the 2011? or is there a tutorial, im sorry if i sound annoying im a jeep newbie and dont wanna mess things up in my new jeep
Look at the top of the grille, facing upwards, with the hood open. There are a series of black "buttons". In the center of each of those buttons is a "plug". With a small screwdriver, pry each of the plugs out of the center of the buttons. They pop straight up. Once those are removed, the buttons will come out of the holes. Then, the grille can move forward away from the core support. Remove the parking lamp harness if you want to pull the grille away completely.
My wife has a VW and for the life of me I can't replace the bulbs in that thing. You have to be a full on mechanic and take the car half apart to do it. And they charge $70 a pop to replace them for you.
One went out in my Jeep the other day... $3 and about 9 minutes to fix it.
So once again, my 2010 pulled a rabbit out of its hat and I can't find any bulbs that fit the headlight connections. The connections require that the 3 prongs on the bulbs NOT have any protection around them, but no one sells bulbs of those type. Same thing with my fog light bulbs and no manufacturer (other than Jeep of course) make a proper bulb for the fog lights.
Don't do this. You have a chance of crimping your Power Steering reservoir tube and not to mention it is a lot more complicated than just removing the grill. On the other side, yes you can remove the horn, but it is still kinda cramped unless you've got child hands