changed mine at the weekend. turn wheel inwards. peel back wheel arch skin to find one screw and go underneath for the screws which hold the lower plastic engine cover to the bumper and wheelarch skin. not an easy job. i've been in the trade for 22 years and never had such a nuisance light change. new light has an a beam adjusting screw too.line up light beam using suitable wall before screwing the bumper back on.:steam:
Took mine to a main stealer. They said they had to remove the bumper as the headlamp washer jet mechanism is in the way.
I had previously tried to use the wheel arch method, pulled on what I thought was the wiring loom for the fog lamp and emptied the contents of the screen wash container on my head: I'd pulled out the screen wash container low level sensor!
Hi its a pig of a job!.............in the end its easier to take the bumper off.........several screws/plugs/clips under the plastic wheelarch trim ...two people to hold bumper then acess is easy!It took me the whole afternoon trying the bumper on method and resulted in cut hands and only one screw holding light in.Not worth it ......take the bumper off!
I've opened the boot, removed interior plastic, removed the main rubber grommet and released the clip holding the brake light casing. So, do I just pull the brake light casing off the car? If the clip releases and falls, how do you recover it? It looks like if you release it entirely, it'll fall...
There seems to be water trapped somewhere in the rear of my van. I can hear it every time I brake hard or turn.
I've cleared the scuttle pan, at the front but it is definitely coming from the rear
Has anyone got ant ideas
i have a Renault Megan convertable which needs a new back window ..im looking for someone to supply and fit at a reasonable price , i live in hertfordshire ,, does any one on here know of anybody please ..thank you ..Debbie
Hi all, bought myself a nice 08 Mk3 Clio Extreme and have been giving it the once over. A piece of rear bumper trim had been swiped, it stays on but eventually lifts. Can this piece be removed by prying off from the outside or would it require removing the bumper to access behind? Trying to...