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RE: 8P3 Bixenon Headlamp Part Number Confirmation

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by FJ0372, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. FJ0372

    FJ0372 New Member

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    Hey guys, would someone who has access to part numbers be able to confirm these 8P3 bixenon headlight part numbers are both suitable for RHD UK model Audi A3:

    8P0 941 003 AN

    8P0 941 004 BF

    Thanks in advance for any helpful replies!
     
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  3. mike foster

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    Always helpful to give the year of your car because sometimes it makes a difference !
     
  4. Lewbo

    Lewbo Well-Known Member

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    Yes these are both RHD version headlights, LHD versions are AM, AN doesn't exist anymore it has been suppressed to just BF as there exactly the same headlight
     
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    Thanks a lot mate. Very helpful indeed.
     
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    Suppressed, you sure about that....................
     
  7. Lewbo

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    Yes this is what I was told when I ordered my own lights from main dealer I asked for prices for BF and AN and was told its just BF is available as AN has been suppressed to BF also as there exactly the same headlight
     
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    You're 100% sure they said "SUPPRESSED"
     
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    Bet he meant 'superseded' or 'subsumed' !
     
  10. Lewbo

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    This is what he told me thought it never sounded right lol but least the info was correct am presuming lol
     

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