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Cayenne headlight removal


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OK, lame post, but where can you start to pry to get the headlights off of the Cayenne without breaking stuff? If I torque any harder on the release gear it is going to break. I am turning in the correct direction, I have anchored my GoPro suction cup mount on the lens and pulled super hard, even taken hardwood and tried to pry it forward while turning…in Canada things can get pretty seized up. Is there somewhere on the back of the casing that you can push/pry on to give forward force while turning to get it out? Reading other posts about this, do you have to take the wheel tub out to get to the back of the light housing? Thanks.

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4 hours ago, Zakowsky said:

OK, lame post, but where can you start to pry to get the headlights off of the Cayenne without breaking stuff? If I torque any harder on the release gear it is going to break. I am turning in the correct direction, I have anchored my GoPro suction cup mount on the lens and pulled super hard, even taken hardwood and tried to pry it forward while turning…in Canada things can get pretty seized up. Is there somewhere on the back of the casing that you can push/pry on to give forward force while turning to get it out? Reading other posts about this, do you have to take the wheel tub out to get to the back of the light housing? Thanks.

Remove the air box and you have access to back of the light to push it out. 

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