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Old Nov 16, 2003, 04:56 AM   #1
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parking lights bulb replacement

anyone have any idea how to remove the 5W tiny bulb from the headlights? Coz I intend to replace them with 'white' PIAA 5W LED lights to match the Xenons....
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I need to do the same thing, as both have apparently burned out at exactly the same time. I'm baffled as to why, but since my fuses are all fine it's the only explaination. I really hope it's just the bulbs anyway, and not some crazy *** problem. But, how in the hell do you get to the little buggers? Do you have to take off the front wheels and splash guards and get to them that way?
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Old Feb 28, 2010, 01:26 PM   #3
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Bringing up a thread from the past!! Is there any write ups to this and/or guide?
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i am told the wheel splash guard allows access as well as bumper removal also works
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i am told the wheel splash guard allows access as well as bumper removal also works
Correction, update. To remove the front parking light bulbs, all you need to do is to remove the splash guard, although you don't need to fully remove it to take the parking bulb out. There are 4-5 screws that needs to be taken out and your good to go. Thanks Davo.

-2 push screw heads
-3 pop-out pins
-1 10 MM screw.

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