hi ihad the same problem yes you do have to take the head light out. you have to undo the hex bolt on top of light and then get a long screw driver as there are two little push down hooks , one on each side of head light but dont push to hard you may break them they sort of just clip under something down there. have a look in your owners manual as they tell you how to take the head light out. as what i have said sounds wrong some how but when you look at light and manual you will see what i mean.hope this helps
I upgraded both side,dipped & main beam bulbd a couple of weeks ago,it is definately worth doing as I have at least 50% brighter lighting.
Got mine from www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk
They are very quick to deliver & very good on price
i did it yesterday after talking to you and the new bulbs are much brighter than the normal ones is well worth doing i am going to change myfog lights as well will do that today when i have gone and got the bulbs
The "cut off" defined line of modern headlamps and the other related lens optics are nowadays so much better than the days of "sealed beams" and the "flat top" seperate beam fog lamps that I didn't miss not having fog lights in several previous cars.
Do you actually think that given the amount of use of fog lights thatit's worth it?
i agree its not worth doing but i think i have un diagnosed ocd i have to change them as and this may sound really stupid my new bulbs have a blue tint and my fog light ones dont meaning i have to change them so they match otherwise it will really stress me i know it sounds stupid but its the truth i am like it with everything when changing a plug fuseor light switch i have to put the screws back matching and i am totally sain honest