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Headlight internal wiring harness

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i removed the headlight and found that the internal wiring harness is cracking very badly.


is the replacement internal wiring harness available from Porsche ? 


thank you.


my VIN ; WP1ZZZ9PZ8LA07096





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I think its ridiculous, I have had so many old cars including a 1960 Willys jeep that did not have this problem.  I wonder if there is a recall on it.  Both my cayenne and my moms cayenne has the same problem and it constantly blows bulbs.  I thought about rewiring it but have used electrical tape temporarily.

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I'm pretty sure you can't buy the internal wiring harness separately. Just buy some wire and do it yourself one by one. Or replace the whole assembly. Just did the ones for my 911 996 HID's.

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