Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 10:36:30 +0000
From: Frank Sweeting <>
Subject: Re: Replacing head lamp bulb

in article 7jQAb.7324$, steve massheder at wrote on 8/12/03 1:17: > I have a 9000 Griffin (1996) and quite simply I don't seem to be able to get > to the off-side headlamp inorder to replace the bulb. The back of the lamp > is surrounded by hoses and pipes making access impossible. Having got the > cover off and realising that I could not go any further it took me 20-30 > minutes to replace it securely. I have normal fingers and dexterity and do > not suffer from rhuematism or arthritis.Have I discovered a design fault > (yes) or have I missed the obvious (yes). A thousand thanks to anyone who > can guide me through the process. > > Cheers, > > Steve > > Steve, if its like our "new"L reg 9000CSE, yes its difficult, also you have dip & main beam bulbs I found main beam most difficult you have to do most of it by feel. Check the orange main/dip relay is ok or check you have 12v at the bulb holder before removing bulb My fingers don't work as well as they used to, squint at the holder through the gap behand the aftmost heat exchanger Regards

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