12. After the time is up, pull out the headlight housing with some oven mits or potholders. It will be damn hot, so don't try and hold it in your bare hands too long and drop it. Now, starting from the top, pry apart the front of the housing from the back, slowly pulling them in opposite directions. It might be quicker to have someone else help you at this step. A flat head screwdriver might also help get it started if you are having problems.
As Brahmzy said in his write up: "DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING INSIDE THE HEADLIGHT. Don't think, 'I'll just wash it off'-just don't touch the chrome or the inside of the lens(you don't have to)
You'll end up with them seperated like so:
Now unscrew the chrome trim that is held to the front casing with one silver phillips head screw... remembering not to touch the front of the reflectors.