How to Remove Beetle Headlight Surrounds?

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To remove beetle headlight surrounds: open the hood and examine the area behind the headlights; use a 5mm socket wrench to turn the nut clockwise; push down the safety lever behind the headlight assembly; unhook the wiring harness from the rear of the headlight assembly and finally, push the assembly forward from behind the assembly to remove it from the Beetle.
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1. Open the hood and examine the area behind the headlights. Look for a small nut on the side with a "Lock" and "Unlock" symbol. 2. Use a 5mm socket wrench to
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first you have to take of the beauty ring, this is done by unscrewing the screw in the bottom of the beauty ring. Next, you have to unscrew two screws on the either side of the light
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On the side of the headlight assembly there is a lever sticking out with a checkered section just above it you have to push the checkered part (it's the release for the mechanism)
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just a small phillips head screw at the bottom of the ring. then it just "pops" off, so you might have to pry on it quite a bit. it might break (only plastic) but since
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