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Clear or Smoked Side repeaters

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by faisal, Feb 14, 2005.

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    what do y'all think for my Merlin Purple A3,
    I was thinking smoked.......to be different instead of clear and I don't fancy the cyrstal clear ones as they wont match the front/rear lamps....
    And wheres the best place to get em and how much should I pay, i've seen loads on ebay....any other places..
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    ive just brought clear for mine which are the square shape, suprisingly only costing £9.33 for the pair from audi
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    ive just brought clear for mine which are the square shape, suprisingly only costing £9.33 for the pair from audi

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    I did'nt know Audi did clear square ones for that shape A3 ......!!
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    yeah they do. part no 4d0949127d.
    i was suprised how cheap they are and atleast they fit correctly unlike the others manufactors that are more expensive. some audi parts are suprisingly cheap. i
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    I did'nt know Audi did clear square ones for that shape A3 ......!!

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    Yeah they do as already said, but don't forget you'll need some orange bulbs to replace the current white ones. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/beerchug.gif
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    Recently fitted smoked ones on my black A3 and prefer them to clear ones. Got mine from ebay, sorry can't help with any other places that sell them.
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    euro car parts

    cheap!!! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif
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    hmmmm

    I'm thinking smoked.....to be different, and they will suit the dark paintwork instead of clear...

    I shall speak to ECP tomorrow. thanks Rick
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    If your gona pop down get me some /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif lol

    Need to go there next week and order some clear ones again
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    Hey guys I know this might not be the same as what you're taking about but it's along the same lines, can anyone tell me how to change the side indicator bulb? cause it's currently yellowish and I want it white, but when I try and change it, there's a black rubber bit that won't come of, any one know what I'm talking about? or how to take it off?
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    by law indicators should be shown by a orange light, if there showing white or are faded then its a mot and another excuse for the police to pull you over
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    Hey guys I know this might not be the same as what you're taking about but it's along the same lines, can anyone tell me how to change the side indicator bulb? cause it's currently yellowish and I want it white, but when I try and change it, there's a black rubber bit that won't come of, any one know what I'm talking about? or how to take it off?

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    Mine are the square type side repeaters and they just pull out. I would presume the other type are the same also??
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    hmmmm

    I'm thinking smoked.....to be different, and they will suit the dark paintwork instead of clear...

    I shall speak to ECP tomorrow. thanks Rick

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    Might help you decide

    my car (Black) with clear sides
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