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Guys is there a video or description anywhere showing how to remove the 2nd and 3rd row light units. Need to access wiring and don't want to break anything. 

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Disengage the top clips, highlighted in circles, the bottom ones (highlighted in rectangles) are the claws that sit deeper (act as the hinge)

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the diagrams do not refer to removing the surround expect when removing the entire roof lining - maybe if i look under the heating system diagrams! give me a moment.

 

edit: nope, cannot see a drawing showing how to remove the vents themselves, bizarre.

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On 5/2/2022 at 8:51 AM, Jellybean said:

Many thanks Chris. Need to remove the whole unit, vent and light?

This might be a bit late but, to remove the whole unit use a flat thin trim removal tool, insert it between the unit and the lining at the end towards the rear of vehicle, push it in and it will push a metal retaining clip over, then lever that end up until it is clear of the lining and move the whole unit backwards until the 2 prongs at the front are clear, if the metal clip gets broken do not worry as the unit is quite a tight fit and will stay in place with out it

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