Hi, Does the single screw at the boot rim release the entire lense or is there another attachment. I tried the screw but the lense didn't come away easily and I don't want to force it in case I break it. I'm reluctant to pay a garage €20 to replace a single bulb if I can do it myslef.
There are also two nuts inside the boot under the carpet which need to be undone. Took me a while to work it out and then I found out Halfords had sold me the wrong bulb. Have to do it all again tomorrow.
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most likely it is just a blown bulb.. and opening up a dash on the newer vehicles is a very tedius job... so unless you have like a full week end and another source of transportation i hate to admit but i would turn it over to a pro to do..lol... i have to admit it is kinda funny.. turn your car over to a shop... to change a light bulb...most likely a #194 bulb...