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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-15-2008, 01:21 PM Thread Starter
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Rear signal bulb chagne on Q7

Greetings to all, I am new.

I am trying to replace the existing rear signal light bulbs with LED ones on Q7. Can anyone tell me how to remove the plastic panel covering the back of the tail light assembly (location where the signal lights reside)? There seems to be no access hole for pryer to enter; and I am afraid if I pry to hard or incorrectly, things will break.

Thanks for any help.
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There should be screws holding it.


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There are no screws or other fasteners visible and no obvious point to pry the plastic cover over the outboard lights. Looks like it should pop off but reluctant to apply more force and break something. The inboard lights can be reached via a small access panel with a slot to pry open. After 5 years need to replace a bulb on my '08 and the "ever helpful" owners manual says contact a dealer for "professional" installation. Any help greayly appreciated.
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