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    Help Headlight level sensor

    Can anyone help me with trying to find a part number, basically it looks like the xenon headlight level sensor on my mk5 golf gti has snapped and is not able to adjust the headlights, i think there is a mounting at both front and back which has broken off, but i cannot locate the part number i need to order, just wondering if anyone could help me with this, also need to get a rough cost on the unit too but if i could get the part number then i would chase that up but just need to know the part.

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    I don't have the software now but when ever o called vw they were pretty decent

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    Yeah just give a VW dealer a ring, ask for parts and give them your chassis number. You're under no obligation to actually buy the part from them. At least you'll be a sure as you can be that you're getting the right part number.

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    Default Re: Headlight level sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by Jokah View Post
    Yeah just give a VW dealer a ring, ask for parts and give them your chassis number. You're under no obligation to actually buy the part from them. At least you'll be a sure as you can be that you're getting the right part number.
    Lol a bummed on that. Because they are quoting the complete unit for both front and back, it's coming up around £225 for just the parts. Found a vw spares place in cov that knows it's commonly and arm that snaps and they said they will take a look at which part has broke and think they might be able to replace for £20 per piece.


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