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Removing The Front Headlight On An Alfa Giulia




You will need a plastic trim removal tool so not to damage the bumper when separating it from the wheel arch. This 'how to' is for the LEFT side headlight.

Headlight 50564107

Workshop time: 1 hour 30 mins

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Prise the head of the plastic push clip at either end of the top bumper rail.

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Undo the x6 T55 (Torx) screws along the top rail.

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Down the front outer edge on both front wheel arch liners are x4 T25 screws.

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There's another T25 screw on either corner on the front section of the undertray.

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Undo the x11 T30 screws to the front section of the undertray.

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On both the front wheel arch liners, pull back the bottom corner and undo the T30 screw.

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Using a plastic trim removal tool carefully separate the lower corners of the bumper from the wheel arches.

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They're a push clip fit.

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Separate the top corners of the bumper.

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It's easier for two people to remove the bumper as there's still a wiring loom connected.

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Disconnect the wiring loom at the right end.

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The bottom headlight mount has a M10 bolt.

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So does the side mount.

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On the top mount there's a locating push clip as well as the M10 bolt.

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Unplug the connector at the back of the headlight and the headlight can now be removed.

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