There is no possible way to access the rear of the lens unless you have a hand the size of a 3 month old child. Other research I've done prior to coming to this forum, although it was for the 2002 Trailblazer, said to remove the entire grill assembly as well as various other parts to get to the headlight bulb. However, after comparing those instructions with my 2003 model, it does not appear to be exactly the same construction. I also did not see any retaining rods on top of the assembly. Everything is so close around the light assembly, I'm not convinced that I won't have to remove the entire front the vehicle just to change this bulb. What's the deal with that, GM? Guess they want to be sure you HAVE to go to the Dealer for help since the only replacement bulb information in the owners manual is for the taillights. It says to see the Dealer for all other bulb replacements and I guess they want to make sure you do.
Monday, March 5th, 2007 AT 6:25 PM