Lethal hazard from high voltage on xenon headlamps
- Do not touch parts which conduct high voltages. Persons with active electronic implants (e.g. heart pacemakers) should never work on xenon headlamps.
|1 ||Open hood and raise to vertical position |
|2 ||Unclip casing cover (2) and remove |
NOTE: High beam (4) (E1e1, E2e1), side light and parking light (5) (E1e3, E2e3)
|3 ||Unclip casing cover (1) and remove |
NOTE: Low beam (6) (E1e2, E2e2), xenon headlamp low beam (E1e8, E2e8)
|4 ||Turn base (3) and take off |
NOTE: Turn signal indicator (E1e5, E2e5)
|5 ||Disconnect electrical connector from relevant bulb |
NOTE: Remove side light and base.
|6 ||Open relevant bulb retaining clips |
NOTE: If code (612b) xenon headlamp unit is fitted, press release lug (arrow) and turn bulb bayonet ring.
CAUTION: Installation: Pay attention to position of release lug relative to headlamp unit.
- Installation: Do not touch the glass of the bulb with bare fingers. Use a non-greasy, soft cloth.
- Ensure bulb is correctly installed. If code (612b) xenon headlamp unit is fitted, recess (arrow) of xenon low beam bulb (7) must be pointing up.
|8 ||Install in the reverse order |
|9 ||Perform function check|
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