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Hi thanks for the reply,i figured it out by the old fashioned method of trial & error! Cant believe how much easier theyve made it after struggling with our old mk.1 Aygo bulbs for 40 mins in the cold.Just waiting for delivery of my Phillips 150% HI Powers now

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On 12/6/2020 at 11:19 PM, FROSTYBALLS said:

Yes - changed mine for Toyota Optiwhites. Easy and no need to remove the bumper.

Apparantly, there is a difference between the Gen 1 and Gen 2 Aygo's then.

My wife's Aygo is a MY2013 (Gen 1) and it has absolute minimal space behind the headlights. I find it much easier, and costs less time, blood and *$%#@, to take the bumper off to access the headlight mounting screws, take the headlights out to see what I'm doing and replace both bulbs at the same time. Headlights back in, bumper on. Done.

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53 minutes ago, Thermal said:

My wife's Aygo is a MY2013 (Gen 1) and it has absolute minimal space behind the headlights. I find it much easier, and costs less time, blood and *$%#@, to take the bumper off to access the headlight mounting screws, take the headlights out to see what I'm doing and replace both bulbs at the same time. Headlights back in, bumper on. Done.

When I had my Mark 1 I found the easiest way to avoid dropping the bulbs was to tie a piece of string round the terminals, then I could push the bulbs in place without having to put my hand fully behind the headlamps and didn't have to remove the bumper.

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