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thebronzegod
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PostSubject: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 06:48

Hi all, need some advice if possible.
Lost a stop and tail bulb inside the rear unit (exhaust side) while replacing LEDs ... Yeh I know, "Plonker" is the word that pops up.

Tried to retrieve through the opening in the boot, but no joy, even with a flexi telescopic grab.

Looked at removing that side panel, but that aint gonna gain any real space/handroom.

So it looks like I either take out the boot inards, or remove the tail light altogether (probs the best option) as I could then simply shake it out.

I only have the German Service Manual, so would really appreciate any advice, as I don't want to just dive in and demolish the whole back end ... I know someone out there will know which parts and in what order to remove them.

Cheers Keith.
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tarmacburner2
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PostSubject: Re: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 13:27

Don't know if you could use it but try sticking a lump of blue-tac on the end of the grab. The other alternative is to buy one (excuse to upgrade to LED).

Cheers,
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bikerboy
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PostSubject: Re: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 16:07

My manual in English says... Rear Body Cover Removal -Remove rear spoiler -Remove side body covers -Remove the bolts and self tapping screws -Disconnect 6P connector -Remove rear body cover -The rear lamp assembly can then be removed.
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thebronzegod
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PostSubject: Re: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 16:25

.. That's great thanks ... Think I.m gonna either invest in an English version of the manual, or learn German.

Much obliged, Cheers Keith.

While I'm on, does anyone know of a reliable download service for the workshop manual ... Tried all the usual Ebay links, but they all seem to redirect you to other sites
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bikerboy
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PostSubject: Re: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 16:38

I got the paper one from www.RepairManual.com. They were pretty good and didn't hammer me on the postage as another coy. tried to. It came to $80 all included. The part no. is 61MCT09
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thebronzegod
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PostSubject: Re: How to retrieve my bulb.   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 16:47

... Brilliant .. Thanks again ..

Cheers Keith.
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