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Changing sidelights HELP!

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by mattfinn, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. mattfinn

    mattfinn Smoking is good for you

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    I am completely stuck as to how to get to the little devils, I have one side out and want to replace both with some fancy blue Philips jobbies.

    I can see how to get to the Xenon's, but there is a yellow electric shock warning sign that is putting me off some serious tinkering. :think:

    Do I need to remove the whole headlight unit? If so which bolts do I take off.

    Pics would be nice, I am lost and have searched the forum and web to no avail.

    Thanks,

    Matt

    (Copy post on RS246)
     
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  3. andybnwc

    andybnwc Member

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    No you dont have to remove headlamp or remove xenon its just 2 thin cables going to o small round plastic holder these just pull out sometimes with a little force dont pull too hard on the cables if its tight pull the base with a little wiggle to free it , How about using White LEDs to match the xenons just go for ultra leds these below are awesome

    http://www.ultraleds.co.uk/501194t10-mini-light-tower-leds-xenon-white-p-1545.html
     
  4. mattfinn

    mattfinn Smoking is good for you

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    Cheers matey, managed to get the bulb holders out, but now I cant get the bulbs out the bulb holders!! Im ready to take the hammer to it, I loose my rag way too easily when it comes to cars,hence why im an office boy!
     
  5. andybnwc

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    Just pull them and they will come out maybe they have got stuck in the sockets try a small electrical flat head to pry the terminals apart to free it.
     
  6. shineydave

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    they're a quarter turn bayonet fixing, you might need a small piece of rubber or nylon pipe to slip over the bulb to get enough grip to push and turn it
     
  7. andybnwc

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    Oh mine are 501s push in wedge style terminal ie just pull out must be different on change over years
     

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