Tail lamps

▷ Turn signal, backup lamp: 21-watt bulb, H21W.

▷ Brake lamp, brake force display: 21-watt bulb, P21W

▷ Tail lamp: LED technology.

Contact your service center in the event of a malfunction.

Arrangement of tail lamps

1 Brake force display/rear lamps

1 Brake force display/rear lamps
2 Brake lamp/rear lamp
3 Backup lamp
4 Turn signal

Brake lamps

1. Open the side panel in the cargo area.
2. Remove the first aid kit and warning triangle if necessary.
3. Rotate the relevant bulb socket to the left and remove.

4. Apply gentle pressure to the bulb while turning

4. Apply gentle pressure to the bulb while turning it to the left for removal and replacement.
5. Install in the reverse order.

Turn signal

1. Open the side panel in the cargo area.
2. Remove the first aid kit and warning triangle if necessary.
3. Remove bulb holder along with bulb and replace.

4. Install in the reverse order.

4. Install in the reverse order.

Backup lamp

1. Open the side panel in the cargo area.
2. Remove the first aid kit and warning triangle if necessary.
3. Remove bulb holder along with bulb and replace.

4. Install in the reverse order

4. Install in the reverse order

Brake force display

1. Carefully remove the cover in the tailgate panel with a screwdriver.

2. Rotate the bulb socket to the left and remove.

2. Rotate the bulb socket to the left and remove.

3. Apply gentle pressure to the bulb while turning

3. Apply gentle pressure to the bulb while turning it to the left for removal and replacement.
4. Insert the bulb socket in the tailgate and engage it.
5. Replace the cover.

License plate lamps

These lamps are made using LED technology.

Contact your service center in the event of a malfunction.

Center brake lamp

This lamp uses LED technology for operation.

Contact your service center in the event of a malfunction.

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