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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firstly, open it up, remove all wiring, any light lenses which you need to switch over, lock, inner lining, number plate brackets, lights, etc.
Then, once everything has been removed, undo the bolts which hold the lid to it's hinges, and take the lid off.
Reverse the procedure for fitting the new lid.
Close the new lid gently at first as it may not locate well on the first attempt.
If it's all askew, then slacken off the hinge bolts and position the lid to how it closes well. Once in the correct position, tighten the hinge bolts, and you're almost done.
Final step: Run some water over the lid for a while and then open it up to check for any leaks.
If you do have any leaks, then as extreme as it sounds, climb in, close the lid and have someone run water over the lid, while you lie inside with a flashlight/torch and look for leaks.
Posted on Nov 14, 2012
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