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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) Remove battery box top
2) Unclip the 1/2" hose above light housing and push out of way, clip is sharp!
3) With a 10mm socket, remove one bolt that secures engine compartment fuse box, When the bolt is removed, slide the fuse box backwards toward firewall until front clips are clear of slots, gently lift and push up and aside to middle of compartment. These steps will help give you some elbow room
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
outer/inner bulb, remove top black plastic cover that runs the lenth of the front of the car behind lights, turn the circular cover covering bulb anti-clockwise and remove, you will see a spring clip, push this clip towards the bulb and downwards, this will release the bulb, fitting is the reverse and the bulb will only fit in one position. It is awkward and space is tight
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
Are u sure that the bulbs are OK? I had no dipped lights on mine, & thought it must be a fuse or another electrical fault. It turned out, both bulbs had gone. I think this often happens when one side goes, the other soon follows.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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