The right parts installed correctly that's going to save you time and money. There's a clip on the back of the white plastic part that you can press in with your thumb as you wiggle it downward to release. I just took one off at a junk yard. They are more street friendly. The first half can be a real pain to get the securing clip off the speed sensor to release it.
Sorry I misunderstood the question. It is located in the fuel tank. There is a little detent on the outside that, when pressed, allows the plug to be pressed downward. One answer above, the user talked about using a screwdriver to gently tap off the connector, while other users were talking about tapping off the lock ring. It was possible after taking the battery out. Open the front hood of the car. The ring does not need to come off! Replace plastic liner onto fender.
The second half winds its wa … y to and through the firewall on the drivers side and comes into the cabin just above the clutch pedal or where it would be if an automatic. Besides, these two headlight bulb have the same life ex … pectancy and if you do not do both now you will be back in a week or two. Once the silver oval shapped ring has been removed you can then remove the light. The experience could not have been any better. Warning - You cannot see anything. Good luck and have fun in doing so.
You gotta love the internet. Anyway, after it's unplugged, there is a retaining wire clip holding the bulb which you can press one end towards the bulb and twist out. It is located in the trunk or under theback seat. Five screws and it pops out. It's taped on and you want to remove it, and then you're going to remove four bolts. I have never removed the assembly on a Honda Prelude, so I cannot give detailed instructions. I'm pretty sure you would have to remove the dash unless it's accessible below the passenger side of the dash.
Remove the wire plug from the bulb. Locate the panel and this will provide easy access tothe pump. I found that accessing the bulbs from inside the engine compartment was quite restricted so I removed the entire bumper covering and then unbolted the headlights which enabled me to work with ease. Now that you've got those out down below you can twist out your bulbs here and put the lights up here. Headlights grow dimmer by up to 20% over time and eventually burn out - for this reason, we recommend changing your headlights in pairs.
The hammer and screw driver suggestion was invaluble. Use a 12mm wrench to loosen the bleeder bolt, then use a 10mm socket to remove the two retaining bolts. I replaced the heater core on my 1987 Honda Prelude Si last year. The only other thing I have to do as well is I have to switch over this clip here that holds the grill on. It is unscrewed from the backof the headlight assy. If you have any questions about what it looks like go buy one and look for the plug that looks just like it. It is recommended to change both bulbs at the same time, however this is not required.
Reinstall air filter in the reverse order again being careful to hold the filter to the lid while positioning it. It looks like you can get to it from the back of the assembly. The best way to get to it is to take out the center consel. A: We sell a variety of headlights, including factory replacement headlights and projector headlights. I am sure there are some grease ï¿½gorillasï¿½ out there that can just twist it off but I could not and, if you are reading this, I bet you couldnï¿½t either. I cant tell you which head light to buy but anyone at Lordco or Canadian Tire can. Pull off the little vacum tube on top of the air horn thermostatic valve.
Open the bonnet and locate the headlight. This is on a '95 Accord same as a '94 to '97. It makes re-assembly a lot easier. Notice which way you pull the bulb out as it makes it easier to put the new bulb in. Then swing the clip back in place, tighten the screw, conect the wiring again and push the gromit back into place.