Yes from the manuals and videos i saw it was the easiest part but only when i put my hands to it did i realize a few things. Firstly remember I was running a high wattage bulb earlier so the connector was actually not the stock connector and the wires for it came from the relay now only when i put the relay's connector and try to close the cap i saw that it was never sitting right . (Till that point i didn't realize that it was not stock , after some careful observations I saw that there was another "so called" dummy connector inside the lamp well when i pulled it a bit I realized that it was the OEM connector and the one i was trying to plug was the relay one. So i disconnected the relay connector completely and used the OEM one itself. That's when i was easy!! - - - Merged Post - - - No dude, that fool had just pressed the cap through the wires. In fact when i opened the cap for the first time and carefully observed the aftermarket wires I saw that the insulation at a few places were eaten away and the copper was exposed . This was because the cap was completely twisted over the aftermarket wires. Thank god i got rid of it now.