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Fifth generation of the Lexus ES luxury sedan.

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Headlight assembly removal and replacement

I have two new headlight assemblies. Do I need to remove the front bumper to replace these assemblies? What are the steps involved?

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To get to the screws you need to remove the headlights you will need to remove the bumper cover. There are 4 on the bottom quite a few alone the top and then you will need to go in through the wheel well . The only video I could find on this that was close is here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg5mfRTO...

it should help get the cover off. Remember your not removing the bumper only the cover

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On an ‘07 GS350, fishing the ballast-to-headlight connector cable through the headlight assembly is nearly impossible. Some people take off their headlight covers with a heat gun (which shouldn't be done without replacing the headlight lens and applying fresh sealant) while others cut a hole in the bottom to make room for it to pass by.

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I was also looking for a solution to replace this ballast https://xenons4u.co.uk/denso-koito-d4s-d.... Can you please confirm me, if above mentioned guide is applicable for this product? or there is any another way to replace this ballast by my own? I don’t want to pay labor charges for something that I can do my myself.

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@sansajohn , do you also own the same type of car, if yes then the answer is following the same procedure. If you owns a somewhat different type of car then you will need to gain access to see what you will need to do if you are lucky, it will be an easier job. I dont recommend to cut and splice wires to make the job easier and this a high voltage system and your butt connectors may not last long before they overheat, also the ballast has a voltage sensing circuit built-in and may also give you problems if it senses a problem.

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I have Lexus ES 350 2010 so luckily I can follow the same guide :). Thank you so much for quick response

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