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dianerankin
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 20:53    Post subject: help rear light Reply with quote

hi can any one help :?: some woman ran in to the rear of my car and bust my o/s/rear light,been declared un safe to drive now, :twisted:  :cussing: need advise on changing it with out having to remove bumper,a saw a other vitara witch has had the same damage ,but they changed the light to a smaller unit and filler space in with plastic,dont know the owner,is this ok to do :?:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:51    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah as long as you've got a full compliment of lights all working correctly it doesn't matter if they're the original ones or not. Lots of people use trailer lights or land rover lights for example (because they're cheap Wink ).

You just need to be sure that they are legal in terms of positioning. If you're in any doubt nip round to your local MOT station and tell them what you're planning to do and ask advice. This might help.
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