My 2002 Toyota Corolla got backed into by a snowplow a few month's back:
- The headlight/bulb still works (amazingly); however
- The lens/plastic covering over it is busted; and
- The entire headlight unit is no longer fastened to the car, which is why I need duct tape to hold it in place. If I remove the duct tape, the entire unit falls out, and dangles by the electric wire going to the bulb.
I'm looking to:
- Replace the lens covering the bulb; and
- Re-attach/fastern the headlight unit back to the car, so I can remove the duct tape
My similarly-related questions:
- Any special tools/techniques I need to replace the lens cover?
- Any special tools/techniques I need to re-attach the unit to the car?
I tore out the duct tape so you can see what it looks like when the headlight is allowed to dangle out. No signs of any damage to the underlying sub-structure, but I can't figure out how the headlight ever "snapped into" or fastened itself to the sub-structure/car body.