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Hi there I rear-ended someone in my MK4 Fiesta Zetec a while back at very low speed but I pushed in my crossmember a bit and consequently the light is pushed in about 1 inch. Do you think this would result in it failing the MOT test? It's been fine to drive since but I know that the headlamp aim needs to be straight. Do you think I could just adjust the aim or would I have to have the lamp straightened out? I've seen some replacement crossmembers on eBay - are these easy to fit? Is it just a case of removing the bumper and some bolts or is there welding involved? Any help much appreciated! Cheers!