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How do you get the plastic assembly off of the rear end to replace the turn signal bulb?


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2015-07-15 19:36:20
2015-07-15 19:36:20

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To replace the headlight bulb in an S type Jaguar, you will first have to remove the plastic cover across the top of the assembly. After moving the turn signal bulb assembly out of the way, you then remove the second plastic cover from behind the assembly and replace the bulb from there.

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If you remove the headlight assembly you will have access to the turn signal bulb.

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1) open the hood. 2) Carefully remove the three screws holding the headlight assembly in place. In my case the screws were black. Be careful as they are screwed into plastic. 3) Carefully slide the headlight assembly out. At this point you can replace the headlight bulb, turn signal bulb, or the entire headlight assembly. To replace the headlight bulb turn the collar holding the bulb in counter clockwise. Pull the bulb out of the headlight assembly. Replace the bulb. Insert the bulb into the headlight assembly insert the collar and turn clockwise until it locks. 4) Carefully insert the headlight assembly back into place. 5) Replace the three screws removed in step 2 being carefull not to over tighten.

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