Type: Posts; User: 77kafer
No, they are the same. Be sure to take advantage of the relocation of the tail-light bulb, and on the driver side the addition of the rear fog (if you are using a Euro-switch)
did you get the bulb trays with those?
Make sure that they check everything real good. I had a new transfer installed at 20k, and just this month a new engine and turbo at 25k in my 2013 SEL.
Thanks for the very good write-up / explanation, but it still pisses me off that I don't have amber rear turns and a rear fog on my 2013 Tig.
They came in a pack of 10 various cards. The pack was called "Limited Cars - Limited Cards". They were given away at VW dealers a few years ago.
Not 100% accurate, they say 280 in US production,...
Has that sold? Was that #13 of the 200 run? Last 5 of the Vin # 13331?
I see that the CL add is no longer there.
Any more fotos from the show?
Another Pistachio base moved south.
The rear doors for the wagons are shaped differently than the rear doors on the sedans. That would mean that the door cards will be different.
And it is also illegal to run fog lights with high beams.
They did not, in the headlight, and lower grills.
No, they do not.
I found mine on German ebay back in '08 starting bid was 1 Euro, ($1.35 at the time) and the seller said pick up only, will not ship. I sent him a message asking if he would PLEASE consider shipping...
The same guy had the left side listed, there are several singles and pairs listed on ebayde, I was just letting you know what they are called, and where they can be found. As VWLauren said, you can...
Rex, that is a tricky question. The Mk 4 Jetta wagons were built in Germany (as opposed to Mexico), but they were delivered to N/A with all red tail lights specific to US and Canada. :screwy:
Golf wagon tails,