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Old 12-02-2006, 10:42 AM   #1
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Alright i know the part numbers from SSE/SSEi and SE are different. But what is the diference. Is it strictly cosmetic or is it physicaly different. If it is strictly cosmetic i could pick up a cheap set of SE tail lights which are easier to get ahold of until i get a SSEi set in great condition. Is this feasable im just fishing for information on this one.
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hey are completely different except for the shape and they way they mount

but yes, you can put SE lights on a SSE/SSEi

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So the wiring and internals and mounting will be identical it is just the look on the outside that is different.
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yes. everything will connect the same. direct bolt in and connect up
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Yup, its just swap and your done

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