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negendahl

Change Side Mirror Indicator Bulbs

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Hey guys,

I have bought a couple of orange LED bulbs for my side mirror indicators, did a detango for my front and back indicators so thought it would look good.

Anyone have any experience getting the glass off, or changing the bulbs? Tried to just look around, pulling a bit, but cant really figure out if you need to change it from behind the mirror?

Any advice much appreciated! :)

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yes m8 its super easy, using the electric control point both mirrors as far down as you can then use a small screwdriver prize the mirror away from the fitting if its heated undo the little tabs remebering what when were then remove the caps using a bigger flat head push them up and out once you have two out its pops out then the little indcator lense slips out remove the connector take out bulb out new one in and repeat the process in revease to get it back together quick 10min job changes a lot!!

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yes m8 its super easy, using the electric control point both mirrors as far down as you can then use a small screwdriver prize the mirror away from the fitting if its heated undo the little tabs remebering what when were then remove the caps using a bigger flat head push them up and out once you have two out its pops out then the little indcator lense slips out remove the connector take out bulb out new one in and repeat the process in revease to get it back together quick 10min job changes a lot!!

Sweet, thanks mate, ill give it a shot ;)

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