Help! My attempt to change my intermittent passenger side HID has turned into a disaster. I've read stuff like the below, watched the videos (just a portion of the 2nd one) and attempting to replace the lights w/o removing the bumper. How to Change the HID Headlights on a 2007 Prius (Without Removing Bumper) - wikiHow http://priuschat.com/forums/gen-ii-...7938-my-hid-bulb-replacement-my-06-prius.html I wanted to remove the washer tank but thought I didn't have the right socket to unbolt the threaded screw in the back (either not deep enough or too deep, no room for ratchet handle). I didn't figure out until later how to detach the fasteners holding the black piece/cowl (?) close to the windshield to get my deep socket and ratchet in. Anyhow, I was able to remove the snorkel, round cover (very tough), detach the connector off the bulb and remove it but I accidentally dislodged the silver spring clip so it's out of the car now. In order to get the clip back on, I need to see. So I'm trying to remove the windshield washer tank but am stuck. The bolt/screw by the firewall is out. I can't figure out how to release the thing on the front left of the tank. http://priuschat.com/forums/gen-ii-...lp-please-removing-windshield-wiper-tank.html didn't help. I've pulled, tried jiggling, tried prying or squeezing the two white tabs w/needle nose pliers while pulling upwards, to no avail. How do I get it out? Push down on the tank? Push down on the tabs? Keep yanking upwards? (it feels like I could break the tank or clips) Try using pliers to yank on what seems like the fastener under the metal? (where I can't see) My other concern is that removing the tank will spill washer fluid all over the place. Will I need to disconnect washer fluid hoses to make enough room? I'm mainly concerned about spilling it into the headlight area. I'm about ready to throw in the towel and get a local shop to finish the job as I'm not keen on removing the bumper cover and seem stuck w/the washer tank. I hope I haven't damaged my new bulb in trying to get it into the socket (was a tight fit w/the round cover in the way, its white connector seemed impossible to remove). I fear the quartz envelope ("glass") might've gotten marred/damaged scraping/bumping into the headlight assembly internals.