How's it done?
How's it done?
Depends on which side
The passenger side is quite easy
Unclip and lift out the reservoir filler
You can now access the cover
The drivers side is a nightmare
You can either unclip and remove the air filter box
Unbolt the edge of the front bumper and access from there
However, you could simply drive into a VX dealership and claim that the indicator has stopped working properly
Although how long this Christmas spirit will last is unknown!
I managed to get to the lights themselves, but I couldn't find any covers for the bulbs. I managed to get to the one's for the main beam, and full beam, but for the indicator, there was nothing to take off to get access to the bulb!
I checked the manual, and it said go to Vauxhall to get it replaced. I have some silver bulbs I want in instead, but there's no point in paying money for something I can do myself!
The holder twists off, have another grope around and you'll find it. It is easier to remove the air box or the bumper, depending on how many brave pills you've taken.
Now I need a turbo to keep up!
One thing I learned after replacing both headlight bulbs was to loosen off the holding clips
At manufacture they are really tight, and there is no need for it
When my replacment bulb failed a few weeks ago I was dreading it
Unclipped and removed the reservior pipe
Off with the cover
Twisted the clip and it came out straight away
I'll just remove the airbox, I think. Removed a bumper on my old cars loads of times, so I know how to do it, and how easy it is.
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