How to Operate Renault Megane Headlights

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How to Operate Renault Megane Headlights
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The Markel Phillips Renault Megane is a compact family car produced by Renault, a French automaker. The Megane first came on the market in 1995 and, as of 2010, is in its third generation. The Renault Megane, like all automobiles, uses headlights to allow visibility for nighttime driving. The Megane comes with two different kinds of headlight options. One is the standard Halogen lights which are available on the base model five-door hatchback. The other is a set of high intensity discharge headlamps, called Xenon headlights, which are available on the sport hatchback version of the car. Regardless of the trim level of Megane you have (and its associated headlamp style), the headlights are operated in the same manner.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open the driver's side door and climb into the driver's seat.

  2. 2

    Locate the headlight switch and combination stalk on the left side of the steering wheel. The headlight stalk protrudes from the steering column and is just behind the steering wheel.

  3. 3

    Rotate the headlight switch away from you. If you are looking at the stalk straight on (from the end of the stalk), rotate the stalk counterclockwise. The headlights should come on. If they do not, you will need to have the headlights serviced.

Tips and warnings

  • If your headlights do not come on, you may need to have the headlights serviced by a professional mechanic. On the Megane, access to the headlight assembly and bulbs is extremely limited (access is a small hole in the wheel well) and may require the removal of various body panels as well as the front wheels.

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