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Originally Posted by Laguna II Owner
You have to remove the front bumper to get at the lights ( not as bad as it sounds )..

There is a post which shows how to do this right HERE

Managed to change my indicator bulbs without removing the bumper!

Easiest way I found is to undo the plastic arch liner from the wheelarch, reach in and upwards toward the back of the indicator until you feel the wires and bulb holder, turn it either clockwise or anticlockwise (can't remember which way! sorry!!), remove the bulb from light, pull gently downwards until the bulb and holder are outside the arch liner and replace bulb. Refitting is just a case of doing everything in reverse
Turning the wheel full lock left for drivers side and right for passenger side gives a bit more room in the arch

Headlight bulbs (halogen) can be done without removing the bumper too! But been a while since I changed them and can't remember how I did them

Hope this helps

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