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Old 23rd January 2006
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Help- My driver's side (LH) light is cracked and I am looking to replace it, but I can only find American replacements (like eeuroparts has) and my car has H4 e-code lens as it is Canadian. I would rather just do the lens as the reflector is still good. Is there any place beside PFS that I could get it??? Any Canadian suppliers? Thanks
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Might find one on ebay or a scrap yard. The Saab Depot in TO would have them, though not cheaply. Also could call Saab dealer, or eeuroparts and ask for an H4 lense if they aren't NLS from Saab.

The difference is the beam pattern. Euro light has a kind of "finger" on the side for better roadside illumination and reduced driver glare from the other way.
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Tried all the wreckers nearby and ebay... no luck. I was hoping to get them fairly soon as I was planning on taking a road trip to the west coast and was hoping I might be able to see the road! Will try giving eeuroparts a call though,thanks-
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