Scotty tomcat: what's the brights bulbs wattage wise can you put in?
George Seaman: I just pulled the air intake and opened the membrane cover. I then access the light from the back, Never removed the light. Done it several times no problem. On the right side you'll have to remove the battery cage then the bolt holding the washer fluid tank. Again open the membrane and you can access the light from the rear.
Michell Hansen: Good video, the only think I would add is the screw on the back side only has to be loosened and not taken all the way out
Pierce: What size are the two bolts?
YouTuber4Life: Thank you for the video! Saved me a bunch of time and aggravation. What could have easily taken a lot longer to do, only took me about 10 minutes (on a cold winter morning) to replace my headlight bulb.
Kia Graves: Brandon, how did you get the side pins to come loose? can I simply remove the first two bolts you mentioned and remove the light bulb? Do you have a video for the driver side?
Roy Jennings: Thank you for this! It only took me 10min to replace after watching your video.
Dave Buskirk: Thank you for taking the time to record and post this. Much much appreciated!
RONALD511: what year Tahoe?
Adam Hill: I got lucky on mine I started to take out the headlight on the passenger side come to find out as I was doing so the light came back on. So it mush have been a short somewhere. Thanks for the vid!
Edward van halen: Do you grab the housing and pull violently to get these pins to break loose? Mine is impossible to get out this far?
Matthew Shaw: Thanks! I was able to get my headlight changed out within 30 minutes.
aziz sa: Do you mind must unpack the front shocks so full I can take out the entire bollards?
Christopher Gibbons: Well, after spending 10 minutes looking for the last bolt holding the head lamp in, I decided to turn to YouTube. Thanks very much for this, had both main bulbs changed in another 10 mins. You saved me a lot of time and aggravation!
Carlos Nagaya: Whats the light bulb number?
Lee Mychajluk: Thanks for this. I found this video after spending an hour and a half putting new bulbs in my 2007 Avalanche (pretty much identical front end). The passenger side light was easy, except it took me 45min to catch the nut with the right bolt. The C-clip seemed to be bent a bit and it was a bear to line up. Then it took me another 45 minutes trying to get my hand behind the driver side lamp. When I finally got it out far enough to get my hand back there, I think I heard some plastic cracking. I have no idea what Chevy was thinking....
ة_ة -_ة: at 2:27 i stop and i go to my car , change blub and come back
rvwoody: I just used this method to replace the low beam/DTR bulb. With the top bolts removed and the upper side catch popped lose, I was able to reach down to replace the bulb in 10 Minutes. Thanks!