How to Replace Headlight Assemblies 09-14 Nissan Murano

How to Replace Headlight Assemblies 09-14 Nissan Murano

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace the broken, damaged, cracked, faded, cloudy, or chipped headlights. This video is applicable to the 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Nissan Murano

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• Trim Tool Set
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• T20 Driver
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Pick

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philipfm says:

I was going to install LED bulbs on my 09 after I replaced the assemblies. I'm going to wet sand the old ones. Removing the assemblies to too much work. Removed assemblies on a 16 Edge takes 15 minutes. Nice work on the MO.

Annie Lovins says:

Maybe you could do a video on replacing the bulbs for a 2011 Nissan Murano LE I would certainly find it helpful

Scot Weishaar says:

Very good video, replacement was much easier with your help!

zikiflx says:

Yep you basically have to remove the entire front to remove those stupid headlights❗

js891ster says:

Very useful video and used it to replace both HID Assemblies to Halogen because I am NOT paying ~$1800 JUST for headlights,,, NOPE- Halogens work very much great enough for ~$135 a pair instead! The bling bling is definitely not worth it. I used the original HID harness as well. I also changed the radiator, condenser, bumper cover and hood in that same process. Only issue is that "weird" pink blinker socket.

My HID harness does not have this blinker socket pigtail and I cant figure out the nomenclature of this pink/gray socket in order to find it's associated pigtail. Soo, Duralast Headlight Socket 300 is working for now,,, um for dry weather since it's def not water resistant at all.

I had to retrofit to appropriate associated pigtails for the blinker, high and low beam lights in this vid which was no biggy realy. Big gray ballast wire is low beam on this vids headlight (pig tail for H11) and the w5w (HID low beam/running light?) plug serves as the high beam plug for this vids headlight (pig tail for HB4).

I spliced the side marker light to one of the two wires at the blinker socket and wired the expected blinker power wire to the other wire at the socket. I had to solder the original blinker ground wire directly to the universal socket and all was good. So total of three wires attached to socket- two power wires and one ground wire soldered directly to metal socket).

Oscar Ortiz says:

Thank you nissan

Jensen Interceptor says:

Thanks for this 🙂

Dano Man says:

For showing me how to DIY

Gail Oliver says:

Do you have any videos on changing the headlight assembly on 2016 Nissan Murano? I could not find any videos from any source. Thank you

Brandon Rottwel says:

She does really good I work on cars too n I always use a clip tool but the tool what she used for the top clips is really good I’m going to get it 😀

Jonathan Barg says:

Thanks for this video – my 2009 is only a tad different, but certainly close enuf. My HID headlamps are slightly different, but not enough to make it overly difficult. Except for purchasing replacement assemblies, which are shockingly big money. But I appreciate the step-by-step approach, and the reassembly. Bravo Team 1A.

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