Date Added: Wednesday 02 November, 2005
Beware if your car has a beam height adjuster in the cockpit. There are no separate beam aiming screws and the three retaining screws should not be undone - the owner's manual makes no mention of this! In theory the old unit can simply be pushed and turned to release it like a bayonet light bulb. If this isn't possible, keep a note of exactly how many turns you loosened each screw so you can get it back in the same place afterwards (I would suggest marking the beam pattern on a wall before swapping the lights, but chances are one of the lights is broken or you wouldn't be doing this!).
You will probably need to get the beams checked out by a garage anyway, as the optics of the replacement unit are unlikely to be the same as your old ones.
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