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Old 8th October 2012   #11
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Re: Sidelight Bulb - Scenic Mk2 Ph2

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My car cos I know it a bulb change 20 min,being carefull and slotting the unit back properly.
That would not include travel time to the car ,owner not knowing how to open the bonnet etc.
I mean 20 min tool's in hand and ready to go.
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Re: Sidelight Bulb - Scenic Mk2 Ph2

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I doubt that many people use this 'service' and I would suggest that those shops that do provide the service would see it as a loss leader.
Profit is made across the range of products, rather than individual items.

As an example, would you expect to pay several pounds for a single bolt and nut with a shelf price of 1 in a hardware shop, just because the assistant had to look in a box for it, then put it through the till?

Yes I agree but if you want it fitted that will entail an extra cost. Obviously the amount charged may depend on what work is involved in the fitting.
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Re: Sidelight Bulb - Scenic Mk2 Ph2

first time on the site - have just done the hard yards of breaking bones in my hand to get the passenger side front sidelight bulb out of my 05 grand scenic. Now i've got the thing I cant get the bayonet bulb out o the holder - any ideas? I thought it would just pull out.
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Re: Sidelight Bulb - Scenic Mk2 Ph2

Thanks momist, this was the perfect answer to my problem. Halfords has 501 listed in their flipcharts as the sidelight for my Scenic 2008 but in fact it is the 434 as you jave kindly pointed out. Fitted and works like a charm.
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