Removing a headlamp

WARNING:
Have Xenon bulbs changed by a trained technician. There is a risk of electric shock.

1. Open the bonnet. See Opening and closing the bonnet.

2. Remove the screws.


2. Remove the screws.

3. Remove the plastic screw and


3. Remove the plastic screw and retainer.

4. Carefully pull the corner of the grille


4. Carefully pull the corner of the grille and bumper towards the front of the vehicle.

5. Carefully lift the corner of the headlamp and push it as far as possible towards the back of the vehicle.

6. Carefully pull the headlamp towards


6. Carefully pull the headlamp towards the centre of the vehicle, behind the grille and bumper, to disengage it from the lower outer fixing point.

7. Remove the headlamp.

CAUTION:
When fitting the headlamp, take care not to damage the locating points.

Note: When fitting the headlamp, make sure that you fully engage the headlamp in the lower outer fixing point.

Note: When fitting the headlamp, tighten the front screw first and then the rear screw.

    See also:

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