'89 Voyager - Rear light casing broken - European spec

Discussion in 'Voyager' started by Paul Webster, Aug 12, 2003.

  1. Paul Webster

    Paul Webster Guest

    Trying to replace the rear-left light casing on a '89 Voyager.
    Chrysler USA, UK, Germany and Belgium all say that the part is no longer
    manufactured and tha they cannot find a dealer with an old one in stock.

    I am also putting queries out to breakers yards - but nothing yet.

    The European light casing is different to USA - it is not all red.

    I have the vehicle VIN and I can see that the original part number from the
    base of the casing is:
    STANLEY 043-8765L
    (I also sent an email to Stanley of Japan but no reply)

    My local Chrysler dealer says that I cannot fit US (red) lights because I
    will then fail the annual car inspection (in UK).
    Paul Webster, Aug 12, 2003
  2. Paul Webster

    Richard Guest

    Try a dealer in Mexico. Good luck. I hear getting current parts from them is
    a challenge.

    Richard, Aug 12, 2003
  3. Hit www.ebay.de and search [chrysler voyager schlachtfest] . It seems Ebay
    is popular in Germany for parting out cars, and there's usually a fairly
    high number of older Voyagers. Another such source is www.mobile.de; sort
    by price and look at the low end of the results, which are often "parting
    out" ads. Use http://babelfish.altavista.com to help you with the German.
    That's true. If you get *really* desperate, you can fit the US red lights
    and then add separate amber indicators and a separate red rear fog as
    required to pass MoT.

    Daniel Stern Lighting, Aug 12, 2003
  4. Paul Webster

    LILS Guest

    May be this is a solution for you: A firm near Augsburg Germany "Auto
    Neuhörl" is a specialist for american cars and an excellent source of used
    spare parts. I bought my Voyager there and several parts too. Its phone
    number is 0049 821 499999.

    Good Luck
    LILS, Aug 12, 2003
  5. Paul Webster

    Paul Webster Guest

    Looks like they have found one - and are going to dismantle and send over in
    next couple of days.
    Thanks a lot.
    Paul Webster, Aug 22, 2003
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