VWRed wrote:That guide deserves a post of its own, because although it's easy for most people, it still gives confidence to those that aren't sure.
fet wrote:Just been through the learning curve to swap out the dipped headlight bulbs, to Phillips 130 Extremes, (I hope they are better than the dim brown candles previously fitted.)
On the offside it took over 30mins to change the bulb with much swearing and grazed fingers.
After a little internet research (and a fish finger butty) the solution to the access difficulties was found: A small slotted wooden block.
the wooden block, gives you the access and the leverage required. I guess it would work with domestic plumbing waste pipe too.
The nearside bulb was changed in less than 2 mins from start to finish!
See pic in link below....Good job I passed my o'level woodwork :-)
DanWakefieldWF3 wrote:I've had this issue on my new 65 plate scirocco, couldn't get my hand into the light to twist the cap so, made this "key" and it worked a treat.
Put it on the back of the bulb holder and twist....
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