Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: High-beam headlamps (halogen headlamps) - Changing the front bulbs - Replacing bulbs - Lights and windshield wipers - Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GLK-Class: High-beam headlamps (halogen headlamps)

  • Switch off the lights.
  • Open the hood.
  • Remove the headlamp cover ().
  • Left-hand headlamp: detach the washer fluid reservoir ().
  • Turn housing cover 1 counter-clockwise and pull it out.
  • Press the handle of bulb holder 2 in the direction of the arrow until bulb holder 2 is released.
  • Take out the handle with bulb holder 2.
  • Take the bulb out of bulb holder 2.

  • Insert the new bulb into bulb holder 2. Lug 3 of the bulb must be pointing upward.
  • Insert bulb holder 2.
  • Push the handle of bulb holder 2 in the opposite direction from the arrow until holder 2 engages.
  • Align housing cover 1 and turn it clockwise until it engages.
  • Left-hand headlamp: fasten the washer fluid reservoir ().
  • Install the headlamp cover ().
    Low-beam headlamps (halogen headlamps)
    Switch off the lights. Open the hood. Remove the headlamp cover (). Left-hand headlamp: detach the washer fluid reservoir (). Turn housing cover 1 counter-clockwise and pull it out. Pul ...

    Parking lamp/standing lamp
    Switch off the lights. Open the hood. Remove the headlamp cover (). Left-hand headlamp: detach the washer fluid reservoir (). Turn housing cover 1 counter-clockwise and pull it out. Pul ...

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