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The service manual for the VW Tuareg, uses 26 pages to show how to change the bulb. Lots of words about safety. Warnings for high voltages, high pressure in the bulb and so on. I think it is wise to let a specialist exchange the bulb(s). If one is gone, the second will follow in a few hours.
The oil filter on the Tuareg's are pretty hidden but if you under the vehicle looking towards the front, the oil filter is to the left of the oil drain plug, but up high about a foot up from the bottom of the oil pan. They used a cartridge filter so all you will see if a black filter cup with a 36mm hex head. You will need q 36mm socket and a long extension. there is a plug you can removing in the middle of the 36mm head with a 6mm allen socket but more than likely it is stripped, 99% THAT I've done have been. Just be careful when you are unscrewing the filter cup because there is a lot of oil that will gush out when its removed. then I usually have to separate the filter from the cup while it's still above the subframe, then remove both pieces from the back of the subframe.