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Replacing 2007 Chevrolet Uplander Headlamp and Sidemarker Bulb

The following procedures apply for replacing 2007 Chevrolet Uplander Headlamp and Sidemarker Bulb. First open the hood. Then remove the headlamp retainer pin (A) chevy uplander headlam bulbby turning it towards the headlamp assembly and pulling it straight out. Remove the screw (B) from the top of the headlamp assembly. Pull the assembly away from the  vehicle.

Disconnect the socket wiring harness connector from the headlamp assembly. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove from the assembly. To replace a headlamp bulb, disconnect the bulb socket wiring harness and connect to the new bulb socket. To replace a sidemarker bulb, pull the old bulb out and push a new bulb in. Reinstall the bulb socket by inserting into the bulb assembly and turning it clockwise to secure. Reverse the steps to reinstall the headlamp assembly.


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3 Responses to “Replacing 2007 Chevrolet Uplander Headlamp and Sidemarker Bulb”

  1. Ed Anderson says:

    Note that there is a ball-and-socket connection holding the assembly in. It will take some effort to pull it out. Once the screw and pin have been removed, pull the assembly straight forward.

  2. Matt B says:

    If you can peer in there and see that ball-and-socket joint that Ed talks about, squirt it with some WD-40 or similar before pulling. I pulled, and broke off the section of plastic body panel that the socket was bolted to. Major mess, who the heck thinks this stuff up?

  3. Roy S. says:

    The ball & socket that Matt referred to is on the outboard side (towards the fender) of the light assembly. The ball is made of metal attached to the light assembly set in a plastic socket. This was difficult for me to find even with the help of a flashlight.

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