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If the exterior lights have just been switched off, give the bulbs time to cool. Handling them when hot may cause personal injury.


To avoid personal injury, due to any possible residual electrical current, make sure not to touch any electrical connectors or circuit boards while changing a bulb.


Always replace bulbs with the correct type and specification. If in any doubt, contact a retailer/authorised repairer for advice.


Before attempting a bulb change, make sure that the ignition and the affected light are switched off. If the circuit remains live, a short circuit can occur, which may damage the vehicle's electrical system.

Bulb specification:

Not all bulbs are replaceable. The following bulbs can be replaced:

Variant Bulb description Specification
Halogen headlights. High beam Daytime Running Lights (DRL). H15
Dipped beam. H7
Halogen headlights and Xenon headlights. Front direction indicator. PWY24W
Xenon headlights with cornering lights. Front direction indicator. PWY24WSV
All vehicles outboard removable rear light. Rear direction indicator. WY16W
Reversing light. W16W
Brake light. W16W

All the other lights should only be replaced or serviced by qualified personnel.

Vehicles with halogen headlights have a removable inboard access cover, as illustrated.

Vehicles with xenon headlights do not have a removable inboard access cover. Xenon headlights have an igniter module, as illustrated.


Replacement or maintenance of xenon lights should only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. See XENON LIGHTS.