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Re: Need Euro-Light Part Number
>I am ready to order the last few parts to install my Euro-lights from
>a 1984 Quattro. BUT I'm missing ONE part number - the part number
>for the headlight electrical socket. (Ya know, the lamp plugs into
They're the same for all euro headlights, that have one lamp for low/high
beam, which is indeed a H4 (60/55W standard). I just pulled mine, and it
says AMP 927 284 (which might not be the part #). As the lights are
standard parts, you should be able to use a standard universal H4
connector. (cost me $6 at the auto parts store) I've been able to do so
when I needed to replace the connectors on an MG B and a VW Jetta
>Linda at Carlsen (who has been a real sweetie with me...) says she
>needs either the part number, or the lamp number (Like H4 or
>whatever) and the configuration of the contacts; ie., are the
>contacts arranged in a triangle, straight across, or what?
My attempt at ASCII art:
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>As a related issue, I'm not sure which lamps go with the Euro lights.
>Are they H4's?
Good luck Al!
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