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Advice Calling the petrolheads

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Egg, Jan 9, 2014.

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  1. Egg

    Egg Major Poster

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    My wife committed the cardinal sin of going to Halfords to get the dipped headlight bulb on our Pug 406 replaced (I was at work so she never knew that I had spare H7 bulbs in The Drawer of Amnesia :rolleyes:). Not content with charging the poor, innocent female £9 for the bulb plus some ridiculous amount to fit the thing, the spangle at Halfords didn't put the plastic protective cover back on at the back of the headlight, chances are it was left lying inside the engine space and has gone bounce-about on the A90 between Dunfermline & Edinburgh.

    So, to avoid shorts/water getting into the lights I need to get a replacement before I fit the nice set of Osram Night Breaker's I have here - thing is I cannot source the fecking thing.

    Any help?
     
  2. Alex.B

    Alex.B Keyboard Hero

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    Have you checked the sump tray?
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Theirs a guy on eBay called mackies car parts, a mate tells me he has loads of 406 parts.

    Hope that helps:)
     
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    Been through the engine compartment top to bottom Alex - nothing. Phoned local scrappy's: no Pug 406's in, however I reckon the cover will be pretty Peugeot generic for the year (2000) so something from a different model might suffice but I'm no expert.

    I'll give that place a shot - cheers for the head's-up Stevie.
     
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