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Attached please find a picture of the back of my headlight. A couple of questions, per the picture:

A - Is this one of the bolts being refered to as coming loose sometimes? Is the other bolt directly on the other side?

B - Has anyone ever broken this connector? I broke mine but ended up using a wire tie to hold the bundle in place.

B - What is the part number / cost for this bracket piece?

C - Is this connector ever the problem or is it always D?

2006 S Titanium Edition (i.e. V8)



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my problem was from the connector to the headlight assembly. over time with viberation the whole headlight become loose. i changed the plate and it solved the problem.

B in the photo is not critical i think. D is the spot that gives up over time.

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Thanks. I've spent about $2,800 on repairs over the last 6 -8 weeks so I was expecting my problem to be much worse. Turned out to be just a blown cornering bulb on the left side that was preventing either side from working. Fixed today for $12.95 (set of two).

Thank goodness for small favors.

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