FW: Euro's again

Beer, Jerald S. jbeer at boosecasey.com
Mon Dec 15 09:53:33 EST 2003

> Mike
>   I just did mine. In addition to the other tips, I suggest doing the
> passenger side first, since the driver side is more by feel. The ring
> will twist abou t30-45 degrees and release .It is a tight fit. Twist
> CCW if you are in front of the car looking at the windshield (CW if
> you were behind the back of the light on a bench). There is a plastic
> holder and a metal ring. Once released,  pull out trying not to touch
> the sides of the housing and not touching the bulb itself. On mine
> there is a small bulb underneath the main bulb on a spearate holder
> that popped out and had to be reinserted. I believe it takes the place
> of the city light. I also did the single high beams (H3) when I
> replaced my H4's. I used PIAA white light 100/135 equivalents (I have
> relays  too). If you have other questions, let me know.
> Regards,
> Jerry
> 91 200qa (I can see clearly now)

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