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Post by gpilky on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 13:45

I have recently taken position of a 2017 Broadway EB and I'm putting together all the bits and pieces I might need. I want to carry a spare set of bulbs for the lights but I'm surprised to find that there is no mention in the AS manual as to the bulb specifications or how to replace them. The Peugeot manual for the base vehicle does have information, so its only the AS lights I'm missing.

Does anyone have a list of bulb types / wattages for the bulbs fitted? Also, how do you removed the lease covers (the round ones) on the lights at the rear of the vehicle?

Thanks for your help.

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Post by burlingtonboaby on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 14:02

Hi Gary
Welcome to the forum from sunny Bridlington ,you should get some advice soon.
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Post by inspiredron on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 14:26

Your lights may be tungsten filaments or may be LED. If the former then the indicators, brake lights, rear fog and reversing light will be 21W while the tail lights will be 5W. As far as I remember tail and brake are separate units but if not then you will need to check whether the combined 21W/5W Brake/tail bulbs have offset pins to avoid them being inserted the wrong way round.
Also, as far as I remember to replace the bulbs you get underneath the rear skirt, doing it from there - but I may be wrong. The bulbs are the standard car bayonet cap, not the small ones which are normally only used for up to 5W.
All marker lights, front and rear, are 5W capless (if tungsten) and are accessed by removing 2 screws.
If the 2017 models had LED then they are not replaceable - it's a new lamp unit. However, if they are LED then I would expect several LED's and you don't have to carry spares as they are only considered defective (MOT fail) if more than half the LED's are out.
Hope that helps, not near my vat at the moment.

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Post by gassygassy on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 15:58

If your round rear lights are the same as my round rear lights on my 2015 Nuevo, you simply insert a small flat screwdriver under the lens where there is a small slot, push the screwdriver a little bit upwards to release the stainless steel spring and prize it outwards from the body. Then just pull the bayonet bulb out with a twist. If they are LEDs then they last probably longer than you will. I doubt that you would have LED bulbs in the round lenses, they cost more and that would be very unusual in any vehicle, and A/S would certainly not spend extra on anything if they could get it for a halfpenny less
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Post by gpilky on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 16:18

Thanks 'gassy gassy'. Sounds about right to me. I'll take another look and perhaps give it a try...... G
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Post by gpilky on Mon 23 Mar 2020 - 18:21

The lights are as described. I managed to get one off, but the others don't seem to budge. Perhaps I haven't got the knack of it - hope I don't have to change a bulb in a hurry......
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Post by gassygassy on Tue 24 Mar 2020 - 10:23

Study the one you have taken off and you will see what direction you need to push the stainless steel spring thingy to release the lens. It may just be that the lens has stuck in place a bit from being there a couple of years. Don't crack it though!
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