Tin worm attack ...
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Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: United Kingdom
I just use a torch or my LED inspection lamp on the outside to show up the hole for the side light. Changed both my bulbs last week in about 15 mins .. 5 of that was getting the cover off the back of the o/s light unit! Couldn't find a mirror and managed without. You really need one though for the main/dip beam bulbs to get the clip back on.
I have one of those filter wrenches and agree it's really useful. You can only get the filter off my son's Clio with one .. which is why is was purchased but I've used it on the TS. I'd be careful about using it to tighten as you can overtighten them and damage the seals.
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