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    head light removal

    i know there's the two bolts on the top, but is there anythign else i need to do?

    like with those height adjusting widgets, and getting the light itself out, as it doesn't seem very keen on the idea of leaving it's home...
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    There's a further bolt underneath - best way is to remove the bumper (which you'll be doing soon anyway) to get at it. I got away with just undoing the two bolts inside the wheel arch and removing the two plastic rivet/clips under on top of the bumper and just tweased the bumper forward - gives enough room to get at the bott.

    If you pop out on of the rubber bungs on the metal panel above the headlight, you can get at the adjuster without taking the light out.

    Have you still got the coupe bumper for sale , as I may be interested in taking it off of your hands?

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    yup... no takers as yet (got a mate who may be interested, but that would involve me keeping the thing for quite a while so i f i can get rid of it before then i will)

    cheers for the help
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