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Replacing a Megance Headlamp?


Somehow managed to break the glass (plastic!) of our Mk2 Megance Scenic (2000).

Sadly the Haynes manual doesn't seem show how to remove headlamps… Normally I'd just get stuck in but someone told me that the entire bumper needs to come off!

Has anyone replaced a Scenic headlamp / is there a guide somewhere or can someone even comment as to whether the bumper does in fact need to be taken out?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Replacing a Megance Headlamp?

As far as I remember (been a while since I worked on a MK1 PH2 Scenic, as in the curvy pre-shakin' that ass shape) the bumper needs to be dropped out of the way to get at the lower headlamp mounting bolts.
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Re: Replacing a Megance Headlamp?

Originally Posted by steveharman View Post

Somehow managed to break the glass (plastic!) of our Mk2 Megance Scenic (2000).
Firstly I have to say I did this to a '98 Megane, before the facelift. But I don't think they'd changed the face that much...

In my car I had to remove only the plastic bit surrounding the headlight from center and bottom sides. This was easy, three screws and pull it out. The light itselft was on (adjusting) screw on top, and then to bolts underneath. Naturally disconnect all wires Nd the wiggle it out.

Installation was reverse and actually easier.

Hope this helps. As I said, this was for the pre-facelift Megane I...
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