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peugeot partner and berlingo headlights
#1
Are they the same

Just found out I have mk1 headlights and someone has offered us some peugeot partner headlights as they believe they are the same but will it just be a waste of my time
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#2
They are the same vehicle, only badges and bits of trim differ.

The headlights will fit.
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(17-02-2012, 07:38 PM)Coco Wrote:  They are the same vehicle, only badges and bits of trim differ.

The headlights will fit.

will it need to be a mk 1 partner (is there such a thing?)

This has been done before right?
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#4
Hi, be careful, I went through this when I had a mk1. Bought a Peugeot one from Ebay to find out it wasn't the same.
Whether the seller had sent me wrong item though.
The part No's have only a very small difference between them.

Citroeon - 6204 P7 & 6205 P7

Peugeot - 6204 P9 & 6205 P9

These are both for the right hand drive models.
Confusedalut:
2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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#5
/\ /\ /\ Wise words - as it's someone you know, check them in situ if you can, just to make sure
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#6
is it possible to tell if it will fit without taking my headlights out. Only I'm conscious of the fact I have to loosen the bumper first and that could be an arse. Whereas I'll be able to hold the headlights next to my car before I buy them
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(18-02-2012, 08:05 AM)Greggorio Wrote:  is it possible to tell if it will fit without taking my headlights out. Only I'm conscious of the fact I have to loosen the bumper first and that could be an arse. Whereas I'll be able to hold the headlights next to my car before I buy them

Hi I've got a partner (96 ) and a mk1 berlingo and the h/lights are the same. But i dont have to slacken off the bumper to change them.
just two screws in the grill and it lifts out and three studs holding in the lamp and berlingo its out. a ten minute job.
Confusedalut:
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#8
If you're right I'll dry hump your leg in excitement! Or any other socially acceptable cheerfulness
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(18-02-2012, 10:31 PM)Greggorio Wrote:  If you're right I'll dry hump your leg in excitement! Or any other socially acceptable cheerfulness

Hi
My lab. dog is like that, hes a good dog now and again but not much good with spanners , doesnt know the difference between metric and AF yet , He is a good blacksmith though, give him a red hot poker up his a**** and he will make a bolt for the door,
:whistle:
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