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How to remove the bulb from the clock
#1
:brickwall:
Hey all, need more help I have been able to remove the cover found the bulb,
How do you remove the bulb from the holder?
Is a bayonet type or does it screw out? Or is the holder and bulb one part?

Thanks
KAHAN
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#2
IIRC it's all here: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/printthread.php?tid=54
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#3
Funny enough I had to replace my bulbs last week.I assumed the bulb and holder were one unit so I wasn't too careful in retaining the two I wasn't using as a match example,luckily I retrieved them OK.Two of the bulbs remov ed quite easily but one was very tight and being tiny and smooth theirs not much to grip on and even resorted to using my teeth.It eventually come free using a bit cloth. I got the three bulbs from a Peugeot deal £3.24.I later saw equivalent bulbs called motorbike bulbs in Halfords at £5.97 for three,so I saved going to a main dealer.
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#4
Cheers mate,
Yea did you twist, push and twist or screw left or right, got me stuffed.
It really is an easy to service and maintain car, I am amazed at how smart the frogs are! This is such a cool little car! I used to have a 100 series Toyota land cruiser, funny how life changes things!

Kahan
If you ain't Cav you ain't 
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#5
There's a special type of pliers designed to remove the bulb from the holder.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_odkw=i...s&_sacat=0

The tip is made to fit snugly around the bulb.
Well worth the cost if you have to change more than one or two bulbs...
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