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I watched a program on DSTV. To replace a head light bulb on a Renault Megane (I think that was the car), you had to remove the entire fender. Being a British program, the average cost to replace the bulb was 220 pounds, all labour.

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Flip' date=' I dont want to know how many rattles may come from doing this.

 

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Just had a test drive and not a single rattle. That is how we proffesional people roll.Big%20smile

 

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You're in trouble ouboet.  That's not an Audi' date=' so better check you installed it on the correct car. LOL[/quote']

 

Correct you are sir. Seems you are the only one that knows his cars. Well done.Clap

 

For those that do not know The vechile in question is a Passat 1,8T Import.

 

 

 

 

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I watched a program on DSTV. To replace a head light bulb on a Renault Megane (I think that was the car)' date=' you had to remove the entire fender. Being a British program, the average cost to replace the bulb was 220 pounds, all labour.[/quote']

 

Very sensationalist, Top Gear did the same thing. In reality it's apparently not that difficult if you know how. I replaced a bulb in a friend's Clio the other day, after doing mine a month ago - it's fiddly but not impossible.

 

I now have a Megane, so even though I hope it doesn't go in the next year or two (it's a new car), I strangely enough look forward to proving all the naysayers wrong by trying it myself Wink

 

Update: Some people claim it can easily be done without removing the wheel, but this seems foolproof: http://www.meganeownersclub.co.uk/changingmeganebulb.php

 
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