Rear Light Unit Replacement

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Craigdm
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Rear Light Unit Replacement

Post by Craigdm » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:36 am

Some idiot in a Land Cruiser reversed into my car last night. Drove away but luckily someone in the smoking shelter saw him!

Anyway, car has survived almost intact. Couple of scuffs on the bumper and a small crack in the light unit. Confronted him this morning and whilst not admitting liability he didn't actually deny it. In the interests of helping out a workmate I have agreed that he can just recompense me for a replacement light unit and I'll buff out the bumper.

So, my question is; are all the units the same, or were there any variants that I need to consider?

2016MY R-Sport 180 Diesel
2016MY XE 180 R-Sport. Lovely in Blue with Black Pack.

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Stephen
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Re: Rear Light Unit Replacement

Post by Stephen » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:21 am

For me, the safest way would be to quote the car's VIN to the dealer's parts department to ensure I get the right unit for my car.
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