Question about 1994 Audi Cabriolet
I replaced my globes not so long back.
The metal clip you simply push down. Replacing the left light is challenging as the air intake is in the way but its not impossible. After removing the clip there is a plastic cap. Remove it.
Then remove the cable that feeds power. You should be able to see the rear of the 'globe'. There is another spring loaded metal clip holding the 'globe' in place. Push the two ends of the clip together to remove this clip. The globe should be free now. Remeber the globe go in a specific way, so take note. I bought to Halogen globes for my Audi as these immitted a stronger beam. Please, whatever you do DO NOT TOUCH THE NEW GLOBES GLASS. The natural oil from your fingers will impact the lifespan of these and you'll have to replace these again. Remember to also reallign the beams.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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