How do you get the bezel off to change headlamp bulb? There is a hole at the bottom, but nothing seems to release. 2016 T120.:hmmthink
Good info. I used to carry a spare clutch cable, bulb and zener diode in my headlamp on my past Bonnevilles, and of course they were never needed.Right, the bulb has hi and low filaments, so orientation during installation is important. The OEM halogen bulbs usually last a long time. I'm still on the original. Auto parts stores do sell spares though. I figure it's the fact that I have one taped inside of my right side cover that keeps my OEM bulb from burning out. It's right next to the necessary 5mm hex key.
with the bulb/reflector removed and unplugged from the wiring harness, you should be able to pull back he rubber boot, release the wire spring clip and pull the bulb out. Installation would be in reverse order. The only screws you should have to deal with would be the two exterior screws/bolts to remove the headlight unit from the bucket.Okay, I have the headlight off. It looks like you have to take the screws out and remove the clip holding the bulb in. Is that correct, or do you just pull the bulb out physically. Looks like just the rubber is holding it in?