Euro headlight question

motogo1 motogo1 at
Mon May 27 16:14:47 EDT 2002

Thanks a ton for the part numbers. This project has had a number of
problems. First I get the headlights without lower adjustors, then Stongard
sends me some old stock, since I didn't specify "please send the right damn
size" the first time, then I get a relay "kit" with extra parts I don't need
and expects me to re-engineer the inside of the headlight. Now this. To say
my blood pressure was a bit elevated last night, when I started this
install, would be and understatement. Hopefully, things will get better.

Gary Martin
94 UrS4
91 200 TQA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Rose" <pjrose at>
To: "motogo1" <motogo1 at>
Cc: "Audi 200" <200q20v at>
Sent: Monday, May 27, 2002 8:55 AM
Subject: Re: Euro headlight question

> At 11:02 AM -0700 5/27/02, motogo1 wrote:
> >I finally started my Euro headlight project. Removed one old headlight
> >without problem, and removed the 'trim' plates. Those flat metal pieces
> >top and bottom of the headlight, that slide in place with three prongs.
> >Slide these into the Euros and whoa, this doesn't look right. The screw
> >holes don't line up and the front of the trim plate sticks out about 1/4
> >or more in front of the headlight. The big QUESTION is, do Euros require
> >different trim plates. (or whatever this things are called, that the trim
> >attaches too).
> Yes. They are different and are generally included as part of the
> eurolight assembly. There was a thread here on just this topic a few
> weeks ago.
> These are the eorolight-specific p/n I sent to AUDIJIM, who evidently
> found himself in the same situation as you:
> 447 941 045 upper (left) retaining (trim) bracket
> 447 941 046 upper right retaining bracket
> 447 941 045D lower (left) retaining bracket
> 447 941 046D lower (right) retaining brkt
> Phil
> Phil
> --
> Phil Rose
> Rochester, NY
> mailto:pjrose at

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