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Old 20-10-17, 12:33 AM   #1
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Hi All, hoping someone can help me out , I'm looking for a replacement Rear Offside Outer lens cover, Prices for Whole units are pretty steep and plentiful for passenger side but no so for Driver side, if worst comes to worst I'll have to find a breakers that might have one, any help appreciated, Thanks in Advance
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loads on ebay...new and secondhand for all variations. Take care of the international sellers and the difference in the reversing and fog lights
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Where are you?. There are plenty of specialist Peugeot breakers in the UK that will post parts to you at fair prices.
A few years ago my wife's 307sw got both n/s doors damaged. Two replacement correct colour doors delivered within 48 hours, both in good shape complete with glass and all fittings. About £85 including postage if memory serves.

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Thanks, yes loads o0f Passenger side not so many Driver side, I have found one but it's cracked and £100 Am trying my local dealer Monday.
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South East Kent, any links to Peugeot breakers would be appreciated thanks.
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I assume you are actually talking about a 307cc as they are the only ones that are expensive most other 307 lights are cheap as chips

I have a passenger but no drivers the lenses fall off them all the time

Dealer price is around £300 !!
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Those 307cc lights are a right bloody nuisance.

Any tips for preventing them from falling off?
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Those 307cc lights are a right bloody nuisance.

Any tips for preventing them from falling off?
Clear silicone does the job, just remove the light from the car, then go around the plastic join with the silicone, that will also stop you getting moisture inside the light, if you already have that, remove the bulb and use a hairdryer to dry out, or just let it dry naturally - then put the bulb back.

One thing I have noticed, if the bulb has corrosion on the outside, it can cause resistance to ground and stop the indicators from working (even though the bulb works). The leds don't work if there is too much resistance - this happened to me a few weeks ago and took me about 2 hours to trace the fault.
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I just glue the lenses back on if they are loose they pull off easily then reglue citroen C3 pluriels suffer the same issue
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Claires Spares (01843 290713) is a specialist Peugeot repair shop that also sells used parts. It's in Broadstairs btw. Worth a phone call, the worst that can happen is they don't have what you want.

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