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#1 jezza65

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Posted 04 June 2020 - 10:42 PM

In my 2010 Mk 4 Mondeo estate, I  need to replace the driver's side rear light cluster which houses the indicator and rear/stop light bulbs.

I have removed the internal trim panel which allowed me to unscrew the 3 no 10mm nuts which hold the light cluster to the bodywork.

I have unclipped the unit holding the 2 bulbs.

I have tried to push the cluster away from the bodywork without causing damage but this has not worked.

In the past I have always rated Haynes Manuals very highly but the (correct) one I bought does not deal with this issue.

If anyone can advise as to how I should remove the light cluster without causing damage, I would be very grateful.

Jezza



#2 PURPLE_2L_LX

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Posted 05 June 2020 - 11:54 PM

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Appears to slide rewards, there is a slot on the side near the forward edge.

 

2 hands may help, one person pushes the light (slightly) inwards and rearwards

whilst someone inside pushes gently on the pins at the same time.

 

 

Check units for sale to see where the clip is if the above info is lacking.


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