Re: Alfa 147 front side light
It can be painful, but it takes patience, had to do mine last week after trying to find someone else to sort it out for me, gave up and thought i'd do it myself, best way, only took about 10 minutes, far easier than doing the main bulbs.
If you check out your owners manual it has a page under a section called 'In an emergency' or look in the back index for 'Side lights', the book will tell you how to change them.
Little tip for when you try to take out the bulb, turn on side lights (if you have both working), makes it easier to find the right one, alfa never made the headlamps an easily accessible area. When you find the unit, try to wiggle it out on place (this is the patient bit!), they are located right in the middle where there is a strut obstructing getting your hand right in there. Once you have the bulb out, swap it over and try to get it back in, takes a bit of a shove, but its worth the hassle than paying someone to do it for you.
Alternately if you can get a set from halfords they'll fit them for £2 quid a piece (if gthey have them in stock).
Got mine from euro car parts, they have national stores, mostly on industrial estates, paid about £8 for the pair.
Best of luck.
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