Originally Posted by JimVonBaden
Do you have a hammer? Use a socket of approximately the right size and tap in the new one. Clean the surface of the hole, and lube it lightly (should already be lubed
). Tap it in as evenly as possible until it is as close to flush as you can get it.
If the old one is still there, but broken, carefully pry it out first.
Like JVB says, tap it in as EVENLY as possible. Once it gets off kilter it is a little shit. When I did this a few weeks ago, I broke the glass on the first new one I tried to fit, it got wonky and I just couldn't straighten it out (they are glass and not plastic any longer btw).
Remember, EVEN + take your time. do it right. not quick.