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Old 02-17-2003, 09:49 PM
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I was on my way to work this morning doing my usual 75 to 80 when all of a sudden out of nowhere a dog is standing in the middle of the road. Needless to say it'* 5 in the morning and pitch black and i'm out driving my headlights. Well needless to say I smack a dog that'* about the size of a Saint Bernard and in the process i managed to knock out my Turnsignal Reflector and Parking Lense. And also my headlight assembly moves back and forth with nothing to hold it in place. First question. Where is a good place to get replacement lenses for the headlights and replacment markers and how difficult is it to remove the headlights. I looked this morning and couldn't tell for sure. Needless to say i'm happy that all turned out well except in the process i flatspotted a brand new set of Kumho Tires. Oh well at least i'm ok and my Bonnie is in pretty good shape. Well sorry this post is a little long but I thou And also my headlight assembly moves back and forth with nothing to hold it in place. First question. Where is a good place to get replacement lenses for the headlights and replacment markers and how difficult is it to remove the headlights. I looked this morning and couldn't tell for sure. Needless to say i'm happy that all turned out well except in the process i flatspotted a brand new set of Kumho Tires. Oh well at least i'm ok and my Bonnie is in pretty good shape. Well sorry this post is a little long but I thought it might be of interest us Bonneville Fanactics. Thanks for all your help
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89LE....I need to know what side now, and whether you have the cornering lamps or not (they come on clear when you turn) oops...never mind. It looks like only 87 got those. Just which side you need, and which pieces. I'll give you all the GM part numbers and prices at gmpartsdirect.

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whoops sorry it'* for the passenger side
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Headlamp assembly (the whole thing including adjuster screws, and lower mounting plate and retainer) 16509658
Just the housing and lens 16516764
Lower mounting plate 16508100
retainer 16509480
R marker lamp (w/out cornering lamp) 5975104 (only 7 digits? Deathrat?)

****. Email me. I'll scan the page and send it to you. Just the housing an dlens should run you about 50 bucks if that'* all you need, the marker lamp will be about 30, but that'* if Gm still carries this stuff new.
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