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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by curley, Mar 12, 2007.
As above really.. ive got a stone chip in mine and wondered if a 2004 headlight would fit a 2006.
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Probably, providing their are both the same type, ie xexon or halogen. If you have a look at your current headlight for the part number, I can check in the current parts catalogue to see if the part has changed.
Looking at the parts catalogue it only seems to list one type of halogen headlight for the 8P up to the change from the 2006 to the 2007 model year.
It's an hologen headlight i will have a look for the part number on mine in the morning.
Hi, yeah the 2004 halogen headlight will fit the 2006 model no problem, same with the back lights too.
Are you sure lol Dont wanna buy it then it doesnt fit...
I think it will myself but just want to be sure.
Part number for mine is 8P0 941 004 L
Awaiting part number for the 2004 headlight.
According to my copy of the Audi parts catalogue the number 8P0 941 004 L is the part number for the Right halogen headlight (Left-hand traffic) for both a 2004 and a 2006 A3 so there should be no problems.
Anybody help im looking to get a couple of projector headlights for my A3 06 model so I can fit Hids as I dont want to fit them to the ordinary headlights
If you want to fit xenon headlights you have to do the job properly and using OEM xenon headlight units for your car to remain legal. It also includes fitting headlamp washers and auto-levelling. Any less would make your car illegal.
This is a quote from the Department of Transport post in a previous thread...
"It is not acceptable to convert a headlight approved for use with a halogen filament bulb to use a Xenon (HID) gas discharge bulb. The only acceptable way of converting is to replace the headlight for one approved for gas discharge bulbs. Such headlamps will be approved to UNECE Regulation 98 and 'E' marked. If headlamps approved to UNECE Regulation 98 are retro-fitted, they must be self-levelling (as part of the headlamp system) or via self-levelling suspension and headlamp washers must be installed. Under the Road Traffic Act 1988, it is an offence to fit or use parts which are not legal"