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  1. Replacing damaged rear light cluster 
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    Hi all,

    My B9 A4 has been backed into while parked and the NS rear light cluster damaged. Does anyone know if it's possible to just replace the glass (plastic) or does it require a new unit? Thankfully the lights on the boot lid are undamaged so it's just the one on the main body of the car. The car has the fancy scrolling indicators which I love but may well be changing that opinion should they prove to be much more expensive!

    The lights all work and it's just cracked with a small piece missing so shouldn't be anything bent out of shape.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
     
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    Your going to have to replace the complete unit, you cant just replace the lens as far as I'm aware
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    Thanks KevTrem, thought that would be the case.

    I've seen them for 196 on ebay, does that sound about right? Anyone know anywhere better (cheaper)?!

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    Sorry to hijack; got my 2016 TFSI SPORT Avant today. Can anyone let me know if the OEM LED tail light clusters are a straight swap for the original non-LED? Thanks
     
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