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Made to fit Mirror Guards / Protectors for the Fiat Ducato Base Vehicle designed to prevent damage to the costly standard mirrors and improve your visibility.
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he is a mindful of info and we have just bought a new backlight from him, he does these vans up and what he doesnt know isn't worth knowing.
he has saved us money by telling us what was wrong when we had an oil leak, when the garage thought it was comeing from a certain place he told the mechanic to check the breather pipes, and Tony did it himself, sure enough one of them was completely blocked, we replaced it and cleaned the other and now no oil leak
This may or may not work but it might be worth a thought.
I have a Hymer on a Peugeot J5 Chassis, similar to the Ducato, Citreon C25 and the Talbot.
I'ts LHD and i imported it 4 years ago.
When i took it for a first MOT i simply swung the headlights around on the adjusters to point the beams in the right direction.
When i called to see if all was well the tester said he had adjusted the headlights and it had passed. Great!
It passed with no problems for the next 3 years.
This year one of the lights needed replacing as the mirrored internal had dulled significantly.
I bought a new lamp from Germany, £40 delivered, and fitted it prior to the MOT.
It was taken to a different tester who adjusted the headlight and fitted basic deflectors to the lenses. It passed.
I rarely use the motorhome at night so paying some rip-off merchant £80 for a headlight or even worse a secondhand headlight did not sit well with me.
My offside headlight is slightly loose but has not failed an MOT yet (1994 Fiat based Kontiki). I purchased a new headlight from DAF trucks who had them on the shelf. Cannot remember the part number but the sales assistant new it was for an aging Fiat, cost about £77. If you need the part number let me know and I will get it for you.
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