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    BMW 540<br />BMW 750<br />Cayenne Turbo
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  1. Thank you roxboxxx for the tutorial. It worked. However, I had a hard time removing the marker light, it was just dumb luck I think I did not break off the upper tab on the light. So after I managed to change the light bulb on one side I tried the other one, thinking if one light bulb burned out the other one is right behind it. So trying to do it without removing the side marker light assembly, I tried removing the light bulb socket by removing the headlight assembly first and reach the bulb from that side. It worked, by popping out the light bulb socket with a long, flat head screw driver. There is no room to reach in from that side to actually replace the bulb, and the harness is not long enough to pull it out, but after I took out the screws from the wheel well liner, I could reach in, pull out the harness with the socket and replace the bulb. Putting the socket back into the light assembly was not too bad from the wheel well side, but remember the socket is clocked to its housing, it has to be rotated into the correct position before it can be pushed in.
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