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I noticed the other day a dead wasp in the rear light cluster, lord knows how it got in there. It's in the cluster to the left of the main one. Now I know how to get inside the main cluster but there seems no way to access the other. Any ideas as I want to give the critter a decent burial˜‰
 

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There are a couple of threads here on how to change the bulbs, hopefully one of these will help:

Find the section of the interior trim in the boot that is at the same height as the rear light cluster. It is small, only about 5 inches by 5 inches, and has a faint X to insert your finger and PULL it away from the rear of the car towards the seats.


Reach in to locate the (long) plastic WING NUT; this was very tight on my B-Max, but I did manage to release it. Unscrew the long wing nut completely, and be careful as the complete light cluster comes away from the car !!


Pull out the white electrical connecter (the plug), and the light cluster is free.


Turn the light cluster upside down; and you have to remove the 4 pozi-drive / cross head screws to remove the bulb holder.



http://www.bmaxownersclub.co.uk/forum/changing-blown-brake-bulb_topic808.html


http://www.bmaxownersclub.co.uk/forum/changing-rear-light-bulbs_topic406.html
 
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