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How to Replace a Pontiac Montana Light Bulb

by EN Readster

No one wants to spend time sitting at a garage waiting for a repair on their Pontiac Montana van that could have easily been done at home. Doing routine maintenance on your van is an easy way to save time and money. Changing a light bulb on your Pontiac Montana is a simple task that will give you a sense of accomplishment.

Step 1

Open the hood and find the front turn signal/parking lamp assembly. Detach the assembly by turning the thumbscrew.

Step 2

Pull the headlamp away from the vehicle.

Step 3

Loosen the black retainer ring that keeps the bulb attached.

Step 4

Pull the bulb gently from the holder.

Step 5

Remove the light bulb by lifting up the blue tabs and pulling out the bulb.

Step 6

Insert the new bulb through the black ring and push firmly. Tighten the black ring down.

Return the assembly to the lamp housing. Reattach the thumbscrew.

Warning

  • Halogen bulbs contain pressurized gas and can cause injury, so handle with care.

Items you will need

  • Headlamp bulb number 9004-HBI

About the Author

EN Readster holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology from Indiana University. She enjoys sharing her experiences through writing. Readster loves to write about a variety of interests, including fitness, health, education, children and knitting.

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