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Centre Brake Light

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Fitting them is not to hard. Remove the fabric on the boot lid (plastic pop out screws and 2 normal screws) Mine were Torx screws. - pop up the spoiler from the button inside the car - remove the 2 nuts holding the lamp in place from the underside of the lid - using thin nose pliers, squeeze the 2 metal clips also holding the lamp in place to pop it out - remove the plug on the lamp - follow in reverse to refit. Hope this helps :
 

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This seems to have appeared on Ebay recently it provides another option to buying new or DIY repair.

 

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The guy who supplies the repair service on the brakelight also sells these repair kits. After opening mine up to do the repair, these LEDs are nothing like the oem ones. Looks fiddly but if anyone fancies a challenge try this :-

 

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As you saw (above) I did my own repair using conventional LEDs and it took me all weekend. Also cutting the old unit apart is not for the feint hearted. All in all I think this is pretty good value especially if you are getting all new LEDs, they obviously don't last forever.
 

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As you saw (above) I did my own repair using conventional LEDs and it took me all weekend. Also cutting the old unit apart is not for the feint hearted. All in all I think this is pretty good value especially if you are getting all new LEDs, they obviously don't last forever.
I felt your pain. I did mine last year but split the complete unit in half and replaced the LEDs with a flat rail of new ones not individual ones. It works great and is nicley tucked away as a spare if the new one I bought goes tits up anytime soon. TBH this guy is the answer its a royal pain in the arse trying to split the unit and glue it together without loss of shape from the oem.
 

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I felt your pain. I did mine last year but split the complete unit in half and replaced the LEDs with a flat rail of new ones not individual ones. It works great and is nicley tucked away as a spare if the new one I bought goes tits up anytime soon. TBH this guy is the answer its a royal pain in the arse trying to split the unit and glue it together without loss of shape from the oem.
If he does a good job that is
 

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After taking a stab at this job this weekend I would say £100 is a bargain.
 
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