A bit strange question maybe , past week-end I had to change the jodium bulb at the right reflocter side. No problem the space is crapped but I manged with some scars while at it.
Now I was wondering how to change the left side just in case , do you really have to' defrag' the whole air intake just to get to the back of the lights , or even worse the whole metal plate from side to side
Or is there a smarther trick for doing this kind of replacements , (without breaking the glass)
I think our Italian friends were forgotten that some times you have to replace the bulbs .
At my former car this was quiet easy , I for sure think they have made a mess out of this design.
Another question how does the electronic adjustment system work , one side isn't working , I only here one electromotor adjusting the other stays put.
(I paid about 3.5€ for one jodium bulb in a do it yourself shop round the corner , don't know the official Alfa price , just curious ?)