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Headlights Confusion

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I am currently importing my Swiss 2003 Turbo into the UK. I have to change the headlights so the dip is in the opposite direction.

I know the part numbers from PET are as follows:

955-631-157-10 to 41 (revised) Bi-Xeon


955-631-158-10 to 41 (revised) Bi-Xeon

It appears that most of the headlights advertised on fleabay are Valeo units, the numbers coresponding to the above PET numbers are as follows:

88411 3276420884118


88412 3276420884125

But they all show a 7L5 941 **** number on the photos on fleabay.

The question is what is the correct 7L5 number that coresponds to the original PET numbers?

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An up-to-date PET will always have the latest part number. We (RennTech.org) have access to the latest PET and Porsche online parts lists - so we can always check for you.

Ebay is eBay - how do you know that they are selling the latest? I don't think that is possible. Many times eBay sellers show one photo and ship something else.

There are several discount Porsche sources online that sell OEM Porsche parts and can get you the latest. A good one close to you is Carnewal in Belgium.

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