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part number check for dark rear light?

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by munchkincoupe, Jul 4, 2013.

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    Can somebody with ETKA please check this part number please - 8E9 945 095A 12S and see what it gives you?

    It seems to be a darker finish rear light for the avant. I've just bought it off ebay and it's arrived but it is much darker than both of mine

    Thanks for any help
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    Do you mean the rear interior map light? I just got one off ebay that is darker than my origional, but not the charcoal/black I was expecting. I'm getting my headliner done in Alacantara so trying to source the black/charcoal map light units.
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    Ahhh, gottcha. Maybe someone just tinted it?
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    it is a very light tint!

    ud be better wrapping them in the shade of your choice. fairy easy on these clusters
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    Wrapped just the clear bit in laminx.
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    Are you wanting to have them darker or lighter?
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