Autoquest 115 Number plate Lights

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  1. Noggin

    Noggin Funster

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    My '08 Autoquest 115 fail its MoT on a rear number plate light fitting, it was badly corroded.:cry:
    My local garage managed to fit an old Ford on to get it through but suggested I try and get new ones?:RollEyes:

    Has anyone had this problem? and how forthcoming have Elddis been in supplying them? I can fit them myself? :Smile:
     
  2. knokinonabit

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    Elddis won't supply anything from the factory, you have to go through a dealer.
    I have tried to get a few things and contacted them directly and I am still waiting for replies to some of my queries, which are for information only.
    Not impressed with them.
     
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    as it is for a 2008 van and out of warranty, they probably wont want to know.

    All the manufacturers though use standard light fittings, so if you have the ols one, look for a serial or model number and do a google search. Jokon and caraluna are common makes used for many vans. its much cheaper to source the parts direct than go through a dealer
     
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    I know this is an old thread, but i have the same problem with my light fitting on a sunstyle 140.
    Did anybody solve the problem ??
     
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    the only cure is to fit new lights and waterproof the connections . the design picks up road dirt and spray, so the original lights only have a limited life span
     
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