: Reverse Lights



capt. dan
06-25-08, 01:23 PM
I sent my reverse lights out to be tinted and one of them was broke in shipping. The only way to buy the lights is the whole assembly. Does anyone have a extra reverse light housing? I cant remember which side I need but can verify when I get home this evening.

Thanks

Dan

JonCR96Z
06-25-08, 02:17 PM
Check a junk yard for regular CTS's.

capt. dan
06-25-08, 02:49 PM
Check a junk yard for regular CTS's.

working on that also.

atdeneve
06-25-08, 03:38 PM
File a claim.

capt. dan
06-25-08, 05:55 PM
File a claim.

working on that too. Its a time thing. If you look at the part itself it cant be more than a $30 piece. I would hate for anyone to have to pay for a whole assembly when it is just that part that is broke. I have no idea how long a claim will take with fed ex.

atdeneve
06-25-08, 06:30 PM
Yeah, it's a shame how much time/money is lost dealing with shipping problems. Frustrating, really.

Civardi
06-25-08, 09:33 PM
I have no idea how long a claim will take with fed ex.

Fed Ex was really fast when I had to file a claim in Jan. I had a check in about two weeks. The post office is a different story.

JonCR96Z
06-25-08, 09:44 PM
My grandparents buy lots of antique stuff on eBay and it often comes broke. They usually get reimbursed rather quickly though. It may help that they know the process well.

Jon

Bigron
06-26-08, 08:43 AM
You can buy the light individually, at least I could.

capt. dan
06-26-08, 10:04 AM
You can buy the light individually, at least I could.

Where did you buy it from? I called my local dealer and Lindsay.

Dan

Bigron
06-26-08, 10:55 AM
I take that back I thought the charge was just like $60 bucks but that was something else on the bill. It was $450 for condensation in the reverse light.
Sorry about that.
Man they screw the factory to the wall on warranty work.
$770 dollars for paint flaking off the knobs?