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I need correct part names for my Camaro 89 IrocZ28. I also need prices and places to get the parts needed.


It sounds like what you need are dealer parts, items only available from GM rather than an auto parts store. You should be able to pick the parts out of a diagram in their parts dept.

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HOW TO FIX BUGABOO HANDLE LOCK



Bugaboo handle issues can be caused by faults in either the release buttons or the hubs and the first job is to try and diagnose the part causing the fault. I'll describe how the locks work then go into more detail on each part.

Two aluminum lock pins sit in channels of the inner hub and extend into pockets in the outer hub, locking the hub. These lock pins are retracted by the rotation of a plastic disk connected to the ends of the lock pins by two small plastic pins on the disk. A wire rod that clips into the disk and runs up the handle to the release button rotates the disk when pulled up buy the release button. There are two versions of the release button. The older pull up knob type and the newer rocker button type. Both versions pull up the wire rod via a plastic block clamped to the wire rod. A compression spring sits above the plastic block keeping it in the downward lock position till upward moment from the release buttons unlocks it.

A lot of locking problems are just poor lubrication so before you start opening parts, get a can of Silicon Spray (Bugaboo use to include a can in their maintenance kit). Any hardware or Gas Station will sell it. Don't use Oil based lubricants like WD40 the main reason being they stain fabrics. Remove the seat unit and lay the stroller on its side faulty hub down. Now look on the inside edge of your handle where it joins the plastic hub, you'll see two slots in the plastic hub and a wire rod in the lower slot. Spray into this slot so lubricant flows down inside the hub. Now wipe off excess with a paper towel and work the release button a few times. If you are lucky your handle now works.

No luck? Then we have to see if the fault is in the hub or the release button. Press or pull the release button while watching the wire rod in the lower slot. It should move 6 to 8 mm. If there is a resistance to this, the hub is at fault. If the rod seems to move freely but the hubs remained locked try pulling the rod a bit further up with a small pair of pliers. If this releases the hub you have a release button fault. If the hub is still locked the fault is in the hub.

Release Button Repair
The old pull up release button is easy to open, a single Phillips screw holds it on and in being so simple makes it unlikely to be your fault.
The rocker button release is not so easy. The left side is part of the brake lever assembly. Remove the two Phillips screws and the inner half of the assembly will come off rocker button attached. The brake lever, inner brake release button and spring will be loose so carefully place aside in a small container till ready to reassemble. The right side has no screws it just clips together. Use a small flat blade screwdriver to pop the joints on the front and back edge's, the inner plate with rocker button attached will come free. There is a metal plate sitting over the hole the rod is in. Take time to remember how it fits in the hole and the angle you take it out. This will make putting it back much easier. The wire rod runs though a white plastic block clamped by an inner metal block with two inset hex screws. The hex key is 0.05 inches or a 99-20 if you have Xcelite hex drivers. Adjust the rod by pulling a few mm though the block and re-locking. Don't take up any more then required to unlock the hub other wise the locking rods won't fully engage in the hubs when locked.

Hub Repair
1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. This can mark or damage the surrounding plastic, second problem is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used. I supply a free Dome with the other hub parts I sell but if you are getting your hub parts direct from www.shapeways.com/shops/bugabooparts . You will need to find your own domes or reuse the ones you have. To find domes Google "Bak-Fin" or go to www.bakfin.com/starlock/domedcap.html you need the number 8 Domed Star Lock email them to find your local supplier or just check out your nearest supplier of industrial fasteners.
If replacing the domes the quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under the star lock. Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted,make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel. Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.macnutz_2.jpg
If you need to save the domes for reuse use a small 1 inch painters knife to protect the plastic and only work inline with the handle as there are ridges on the sides.macnutz_35.jpg
Some Bugaboos now come with an extra plain Star Lock washer under the Domed one. These are set into the hub and are a bit of a pain to remove. Just pry around the tabs with a small screwdriver. The good news is they are reusable just tap them back on after your repair.macnutz_36.jpg
Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so you are moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side. The hubs and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable the locking rods are interchangeable. The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

2/Before ordering parts check the hubs for wear. If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position. The Frog, Gecko and Chameleon use the same plastic hub so find another frame to salvage hubs from. They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.
3/The inner hub has three parts the two locking pins and the disk. The locking pins can only be replaced if broken, either by ones salvaged from another frame or new copies. I prefer the copies as they have been cut or printed from stainless steel. The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking pins in and out of the inner hub if they have not failed they could at any time after your repair so I recommend replacing them. You need to either repair the disk by drilling out and tapping the pin stumps for 4 mm Cap bolts then cutting them down to suit. Or (my preferred choice) have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime. Now with 3D printing you have more options check out www.shapeways.com/shops/bugabooparts White plastic disks are $15.00 or stainless steel disks for $30.00 and Locking pins are $15.00 each Shapeways ship to USA & Canada for $6.50 and EU countries for $9.00 the rest of the world is a flat rate of $20.00You can buy parts direct from me at the same pricing but my locking pins are laser cut stainless steel $15.00 and my disks are laser cut aluminum with stainless steel pins $30.00 I include a free Stainless steel dome but shipping from New Zealand to USA / EU is $33.00 unless you go standard parcel post $15.00
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4/. Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation. If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws (note I'm now finding some frames now have pop rivets,drill them out and replace with self tappers) and wiggle things into alignment.(I use a small amount of the silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action) If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern. Repeat operation on the other side.
macnutz_1.jpg
I can't emphasize enough the need to keep Bugaboo hubs well lubricated with silicon spray. They have to endure incredible forces from the handle. To give you some idea, a crow bar of the same length can pull six inch nails out of hard wood!

You can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz

on Jan 14, 2011 | Bugaboo Cameleon Jogger

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Hello, we have a bugaboo frog which wont lock into position. eg lying down, semi upright and fully upright. can this be easily and cheaply fixed plse? thanku lots lisy


Bugaboo handle issues can be caused by faults in either the release buttons or the hubs and the first job is to try and diagnose the part causing the fault.I'll describe how the locks work then go into more detail on each part.

Two aluminum lock pins sit in channels of the inner hub and extend into pockets in the outer hub, locking the hub. These lock pins are retracted by the rotation of a plastic disk connected to the ends of the lock pins by two small plastic pins on the disk.A wire rod that clips into the disk and runs up the handle to the release button rotates the disk when pulled up buy the release button.There are two versions of the release button.The older pull up knob type and the newer rocker button type. Both versions pull up the wire rod via a plastic block clamped to the wire rod. A compression spring sits above the plastic block keeping it in the downward lock position till upward moment from the release buttons unlocks it.

A lot of locking problems are just poor lubrication so before you start opening parts, get a can of Silicon Spray (Bugaboo use to include a can in their maintenance kit).Any hardware or Gas Station will sell it.Don't use Oil based lubricants like WD40 the main reason being they stain fabrics. Remove the seat unit and lay the stroller on its side faulty hub down.Now look on the inside edge of your handle where it joins the plastic hub, you'll see two slots in the plastic hub and a wire rod in the lower slot.Spray into this slot so lubricant flows down inside the hub.Now wipe off excess with a paper towel and work the release button a few times.If you are lucky your handle now works.

No luck?Then we have to see if the fault is in the hub or the release button.Press or pull the release button while watching the wire rod in the lower slot.It should move 6 to 8 mm.If there is a resistance to this, the hub is at fault.If the rod seems to move freely but the hubs remained locked try pulling the rod a bit further up with a small pair of pliers.If this releases the hub you have a release button fault.If the hub is still locked the fault is in the hub.

Release Button Repair
The old pull up release button is easy to open, a single Phillips screw holds it on and in being so simple makes it unlikely to be your fault.
The rocker button release is not so easy.The left side is part of the brake lever assembly.Remove the two Phillips screws and the inner half of the assembly will come off rocker button attached.The brake lever, inner brake release button and spring will be loose so carefully place aside in a small container till ready to reassemble.The right side has no screws it just clips together.Use a small flat blade screwdriver to pop the joints on the front and back edge's, the inner plate with rocker button attached will come free.There is a metal plate sitting over the hole the rod is in.Take time to remember how it fits in the hole and the angle you take it out.This will make putting it back much easier. The wire rod runs though a white plastic block clamped by an inner metal block with two inset hex screws.The hex key is 0.05 inches or a 99-20 if you have Xcelite hex drivers.Adjust the rod by pulling a few mm though the block and relocking.Don't take up any more then required to unlock the hub other wise the locking rods won't fully engage in the hubs when locked.

Hub Repair
1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic, second problem is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used. This is a safety issue so I supply a free one with the other hub parts I sell. To find your own Google "Bak-Fin" and go to www.bakfin.com/starlock/domedcap.html , you need the number 8 Domed Star Lock email them to find your local supplier or just check out your nearest supplier of industrial fasteners. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under the star lock.Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted,make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel.Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.macnutz_2.jpgNote it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side.The hubs and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable the locking rods are interchangeable.The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

2/.Check the hubs for wear.If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position.The Frog, Gecko and Chameleon use the same plastic hub so find another frame to salvage hubs from.They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.
The disks have two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub. Locking into and out of the outer hub.You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit /glue in.Or (my preferred choice)have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.The locking rods can only be replaced,either by ones salvaged from another frame or new laser cut copies.I prefer the copies as they have been cut from stainless steel.
macnutz_0.jpg

3/.Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation.If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws (note I'm now finding some frames now have pop rivets,drill them out and replace with self tappers) and wiggle things into alignment.(I use a small amount of the silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action)If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern.Repeat operation on the other side.
macnutz_1.jpg
I can't emphasize enough the need to keep Bugaboo hubs well lubricated with silicon spray.They have to endure incredible forces from the handle.To give you some idea, a crow bar of the same length can pull six inch nails out of hard wood!

I do have parts available: laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacement-locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers. You can contact me atmacnutz@xnet.co.nz

Jun 05, 2011 | Bugaboo Cameleon Jogger

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Bugaboo 'Cameleon' Stroller chasey is locked down and one of the white buttons does not work to allow it to open. Can you please advise how to fix this


Bugaboo handle issues can be caused by faults in either the release buttons or the hubs and the first job is to try and diagnose the part causing the fault.I'll describe how the locks work then go into more detail on each part.

Two aluminum lock pins sit in channels of the inner hub and extend into pockets in the outer hub, locking the hub. These lock pins are retracted by the rotation of a plastic disk connected to the ends of the lock pins by two small plastic pins on the disk.A wire rod that clips into the disk and runs up the handle to the release button rotates the disk when pulled up buy the release button.There are two versions of the release button.The older pull up knob type and the newer rocker button type. Both versions pull up the wire rod via a plastic block clamped to the wire rod. A compression spring sits above the plastic block keeping it in the downward lock position till upward moment from the release buttons unlocks it.

A lot of locking problems are just poor lubrication so before you start opening parts, get a can of Silicon Spray (Bugaboo use to include a can in their maintenance kit).Any hardware or Gas Station will sell it.Don't use Oil based lubricants like WD40 the main reason being they stain fabrics. Remove the seat unit and lay the stroller on its side faulty hub down.Now look on the inside edge of your handle where it joins the plastic hub, you'll see two slots in the plastic hub and a wire rod in the lower slot.Spray into this slot so lubricant flows down inside the hub.Now wipe off excess with a paper towel and work the release button a few times.If you are lucky your handle now works.

No luck?Then we have to see if the fault is in the hub or the release button.Press or pull the release button while watching the wire rod in the lower slot.It should move 6 to 8 mm.If there is a resistance to this, the hub is at fault.If the rod seems to move freely but the hubs remained locked try pulling the rod a bit further up with a small pair of pliers.If this releases the hub you have a release button fault.If the hub is still locked the fault is in the hub.

Release Button Repair
The old pull up release button is easy to open, a single Phillips screw holds it on and in being so simple makes it unlikely to be your fault.
The rocker button release is not so easy.The left side is part of the brake lever assembly.Remove the two Phillips screws and the inner half of the assembly will come off rocker button attached.The brake lever, inner brake release button and spring will be loose so carefully place aside in a small container till ready to reassemble.The right side has no screws it just clips together.Use a small flat blade screwdriver to pop the joints on the front and back edge's, the inner plate with rocker button attached will come free.There is a metal plate sitting over the hole the rod is in.Take time to remember how it fits in the hole and the angle you take it out.This will make putting it back much easier. The wire rod runs though a white plastic block clamped by an inner metal block with two inset hex screws.The hex key is 0.05 inches or a 99-20 if you have Xcelite hex drivers.Adjust the rod by pulling a few mm though the block and relocking.Don't take up any more then required to unlock the hub other wise the locking rods won't fully engage in the hubs when locked.

Hub Repair
1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic, second problem is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used. This is a safety issue so I supply a free one with the other hub parts I sell. To find your own Google "Bak-Fin" and go to www.bakfin.com/starlock/domedcap.html , you need the number 8 Domed Star Lock email them to find your local supplier or just check out your nearest supplier of industrial fasteners. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under the star lock.Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted,make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel.Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.macnutz_2.jpgNote it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side.The hubs and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable the locking rods are interchangeable.The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

2/.Check the hubs for wear.If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position.The Frog, Gecko and Chameleon use the same plastic hub so find another frame to salvage hubs from.They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.
The disks have two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub. Locking into and out of the outer hub.You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit /glue in.Or (my preferred choice)have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.The locking rods can only be replaced,either by ones salvaged from another frame or new laser cut copies.I prefer the copies as they have been cut from stainless steel.
macnutz_0.jpg

3/.Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation.If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws (note I'm now finding some frames now have pop rivets,drill them out and replace with self tappers) and wiggle things into alignment.(I use a small amount of the silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action)If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern.Repeat operation on the other side.
macnutz_1.jpg
I can't emphasize enough the need to keep Bugaboo hubs well lubricated with silicon spray.They have to endure incredible forces from the handle.To give you some idea, a crow bar of the same length can pull six inch nails out of hard wood!

I do have parts available: laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacement-locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers. You can contact me atmacnutz@xnet.co.nz

Jun 04, 2011 | Bugaboo 'Cameleon' Stroller

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Volkswagen polo classic 1998 drivers door lock turns 360 and pin does not down try to lock from passenger side but other 3 pins go down and back up again so car not locking at all??


the lock shaft pins normally brakes on that models,ur going to need to remove the part where the key goes in.open the door and u will find a black gromet on the lock side of door just ocross the key part under it is a screw that needs to be loosend but do not remove screw just loosen and then key part can be pulled out,then u must inspect wat broke.hope this helps

May 20, 2011 | Volkswagen Polo Cars & Trucks

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I need to have 'step-by-step' instructions for replacing the driver side windshield wiper arm on my 2000 Ford Explorer. Can you help me with this?


  • Turn your wipers off, using the stalk on the left side of your steering column. Turn your ignition off and remove the key.

  • 2

    Pull the wiper blade up to lift it to the service position. Pull the front part of the blade down to position it at an angle.

  • 3

    Pull back the lock pin on the center part of the wiper blade (where it connects to the wiper arm). This unlocks the blade from the wiper arm.

  • 4

    Grasp the blade on each side and pull it down (away from the extended wiper arm) to release it from the "U" clip.

  • 5

    Repeat the process for the other wiper blade, if desired. Removing the driver's side and passenger's side wiper blade is the same.

  • 6

    Install the new wiper blade. Open the lock pin on the new blade, and then insert it into the wiper arm "U" clip. Close the lock pin and lower the wiper blade to its normal position.

  • Jan 29, 2011 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

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    Replace headight assembly on 2005 buick lacrosse


    The procedure to replace head light assembly on buick lacrosse is as follows:--- 1)To remove and replace the headlight assembly you will need to remove 1 retaining bolt on the top of the headlamp assembly and 2 sliding retainers at the rear. 2) The carefully Pull up the retainers and that will release the headlight assembly and allow you to pull it out the front. 3) When installing the new headlight assembly make sure you have it lined up correctly before trying to install the retainers, don't force them it may get cracked . 4) Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. 5) Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. 6) On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. 7) Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. 8) Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. Note:-- The turn signal is part of the headlight assembly on your 2005 Buick LaCross. 9) To replace the headlight bulb you need to remove the front bumper cover. 10)To release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. 11)To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin. Thanks.

    May 23, 2010 | 2005 Buick LaCrosse

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    2006 buick lacrosse how to replace headlight low beam bulb.


    The bright light fitting is the same as the dim so take it apart fist to see how the cover screws off/on and the light comes out. Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. If not, then you need to release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin just like you were pulling a nail by the head. That should give you a little more space.

    Nov 18, 2009 | 2005 Buick LaCrosse

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    How to install/change complete headlight assembly on Buick Allure/Lacrosse 2005 model car?


    Buick Lacrosse - The bright light fitting is the same as the dim so take it apart first to see how the cover screws off/on and the light comes out. Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. If not, then you need to release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin just like you were pulling a nail by the head. That should give you more space.

    Nov 01, 2009 | Buick LaCrosse Cars & Trucks

    3 Answers

    Change headlight 2006 Buick LaCrosse


    The bright light fitting is the same as the dim so take it apart fist to see how the cover screws off/on and the light comes out. Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. If not, then you need to release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin just like you were pulling a nail by the head. That should give you more space.

    Jul 11, 2009 | 2006 Buick LaCrosse

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