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Alright, okay. I've undone the two plastic nuts in the wheel lodge. One of them are spinning so I have to slide the malgrips, need a little malgrips, just under there. There’s a little plate that must be captive, but it’s not. Because it needs to hold this one back off as well. So I’ll have a look at that when it comes off. Alright, the number plate light. Screwdriver, smaller one than I'm using really. It’s just in the back, pick it out. You see the shape of it, it’s got a hook in plastic there. So don’t try to rip that end up, and a springy bit of metal that in. unplug that. Three screws. 1, 2, 3. There. Here we go. Pick it off, have a look at this side. When you pull that out, if you look in there, there's a little plastic. Little screw thread that supposed to be holding the plastic. So you got to pull that out to release the bumper. Because it goes through a hole in the bumper there. So don’t rip it off. Alright, that’s the bumper skin. It’s superbly simple as well. That’s the bit that will get bent if you bashed your bumper. And it’s got 1, 2, 3, 4 10 mil bolts holding it on. So they're captive. Yup, can't get my fingers to the back of the bolts. So I hope that they're captive, they should be. Alright, that’s that. Okay, lights. Changing rear bulbs. I think we probably have to drop the car so you can really get it in the camera. Back in a second. Right, okay. Rear bulbs and light unit. Cover, just pop it forward and there you go. If you're just changing the bulb, there is a clip. That there, this bit there. Push up with your thumb, it feels like it’s going to break when you do it, but it won't. And then the whole light assembly comes out like that. And there's one of our bulbs gone. What one was that? Second from the bottom, that would be reverse light bulb. So I'm going to stick one while I'm there. All of them okay, working. Alright, if you want the back piece off, there's just a little button there. Press it in and it will come unplug. And it looks like it will only go on one way. So that’s good. Alright, that’s that. Taking the light unit out is simple. One screw. There. One screw over the back. If you take the bolts in there out first, you can get your fingers. And if you drop that, that might be gone forever. So be warned. Alright, there's another one hiding right at the top. Where is it? You’ll need a small ratchet to get to it probably. Small socket and ratchet will do the trick. So I'm going to get it, back in a second. I've found a spanner, if you got it. In the end it’s the same size screw as the other two. It fits right up there. When you get the last screw out, you can see. Two bolts that we could see, and this one right over the top of the last bulb. Okay we got that. I got cramps on the thumb now from undoing it. And that’s that. Light unit. Nothing wrong with that so it can go back in. and when you're doing your, anything, your one under the top screw first. Because then the other two that are sitting down the bottom will be holding it in place. Making it easier to work with. Of course, some baby fingers would be nice to get you in. it really is awkward to get on. Okay. It’s started. Okay, so I’ll put this back together. You’ve seen how it comes apart and replacing it always exactly the same. I say that’s the socket gone forever. Alright, so replacement is exactly the same as taking off. I put the screws back in. sticking the light back in after I put a new bulb in. bumper skin back on. Three screws across the top. Get the plastic nut under the side. 1-2-3-4 underneath. Job done. Okay, I’ll get the back together. See if I can find that socket. And we’ll move on to the next project.