Low Beam Headlights

Driver side


Driver side
1.8 ℓ engine models

1. Remove the holding clips (A). Push up the tab, and remove the cover of the air intake duct and its upper part.

2.4 ℓ engine models


2.4 ℓ engine models

1. Unlock the holding clips (B), then remove the cover of the air intake duct.

Fold in the upper part of the air intake duct


Fold in the upper part of the air intake duct to get enough working space.

Holding clip (A-type)

Pull the clip straight up to remove it.


Pull the clip straight up to remove it.

Keep the head of the clip raised when you insert it,


Keep the head of the clip raised when you insert it, push until it clicks.

Passenger side

All models

2. Remove the holding clip (C) using a flat-tip


2. Remove the holding clip (C) using a flat-tip screwdriver, then remove the upper part of the windshield washer reservoir.

Holding clip (B-type)

Press down the central pin until it clicks to unlock it.


Press down the central pin until it clicks to unlock it.

Push the central pin back to lock the clip. Then, insert


Push the central pin back to lock the clip. Then, insert the clip into the hole and press on the central pin until it is flat.

All models


All models

3. Remove the coupler.

It can be removed by pushing the tab.

4. Rotate the old bulb to the left to remove.

5. Insert a new bulb into the headlight assembly and turn it to the right.

6. Insert the coupler into the connector of the bulb.

Holding clip (C-type)

Insert a flat-tip screwdriver, lift and remove the


Insert a flat-tip screwdriver, lift and remove the central pin to remove the clip.

Insert the clip with the central pin raised, and push


Insert the clip with the central pin raised, and push until it is flat.

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