While yours may differ, I am demonstrating on a RAB brand metal halide lamp, converting it over to Philips brand induction components.
I will also take a moment to mention that you will be working with electricity and this work should be only attempted by a trained professional. Always when working with electricity practice basic safety precautions and before you preform your work, make sure the power is switched off at the circuit breaker.
Step 2: Remove metal halide bulb
Metal halide bulbs contain a high level of mercury, and they need to be disposed of accordingly.
Step 3: Remove top plate
Step 4: Remove bulb socket from top plate
Step 5: Remove internal components
Should end up with a bare case that we can begin installing the induction components into.