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Hyundai Genesis - A/V, Electrical & Lighting Modifications Thread, Genesis Coupe Bulb Sizes in Hyundai Genesis Discussions - General; Originally Posted by BoostedGen2010 Thanks for the info, now to take out the headlight assembly do you need to remove ...
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Old 05-02-2010, 08:22 PM
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Thanks for the info, now to take out the headlight assembly do you need to remove the front bumper or something? I was looking at it and I only see the two top screws you remove with a 10mm socket. Then I was looking at the rest of it and dont see how it comes out?
You don't need to remove the bumper. You remove the top 2 screws with a 10mm socket, and disconnect the plug, then first push from behind the headlight to get it started out, it is in there very tight. I've heard you could put painter's tape around the border on your bumper to prevent scratching any paint, but I've never bothered. You will have to pull hard to get the last part out - the top side marker reflector corner. For me I found it easier to get the driver side headlight out compared to the passenger side.
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You don't need to remove the bumper. You remove the top 2 screws with a 10mm socket, and disconnect the plug, then first push from behind the headlight to get it started out, it is in there very tight. I've heard you could put painter's tape around the border on your bumper to prevent scratching any paint, but I've never bothered. You will have to pull hard to get the last part out - the top side marker reflector corner. For me I found it easier to get the driver side headlight out compared to the passenger side.
Thanks for the info I figured it out... It just didnt come out easy so I thought I was doing it wrong. Its a trick to get them out but they do come out. thanks
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hi just read the thread and man those headlights are so nice, makes me drool. If I have saved up more money I could purchase one of these guys then fit em on my gen. they do fit the oem headlight assembly snugly.

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i ordered yellow led lights for the front turn signal lamp (1157). and when i got them they are just the bulb. I tried pulling the stock ones out of their pod and couldnt....am I not pulling hard enough or to replace these bulbs you need the a whole new pod with the light attached already?
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Did you push in and turn to the left?
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I will have to try that thanx
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i just put those super high beams in my genesis, i get a ton more distance and much wider with the light
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