Range Rover Evoque: Headlamps

Moving the nearside headlamp unit to access bulbs;

1. Remove the two plastic fixings.

1. Remove the two plastic fixings.

2. Pull the tube up to release from the air box.

This will allow more room for manoeuvrability.

3. Remove the four grille fixings.

4. Remove the two retaining bolts.

5. At the rear of the headlamp unit, pull up on the T grip release mechanism and hold while sliding the headlamp unit forward 40mm.

Moving the offside headlamp unit to access bulbs;

1. Remove the four grille fixings.

1. Remove the four grille fixings.

2. Remove the two retaining bolts.

3. Remove the fixing then move the filler tube rearwards. This will allow more room for access to the bulb holders.

4. At the rear of the headlamp unit, pull up on the T grip release mechanism and hold while sliding the headlamp unit forward 40mm.

Removing a headlamp bulb;

1. At the back of the headlamp unit, remove

1. At the back of the headlamp unit, remove the cover. Turn it counter clockwise to release.

2. The back of the bulb unit will now be exposed. Pull down on the electrical connector to release it from the bulb unit.

3. Turn the retaining collar counter clockwise to release the bulb. Remove the bulb unit from the housing.

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