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I've heard of a couple different brands (Hella, Valeo, Depo). I've also seen smoked and clear lights. Some have glass lenses. And finally, I've seen some clear lights with amber turn signals, and some with clear.
Are these ones at ESCTuning the real OEM ones?
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Jetta IV Hella E-Codes (complete pair) - includes bulbs
Go European! European spec "dip" beam puts more light on the road where you need it. Integrated fog lamps work with existing wiring. If your car does not already have fogs, be sure to order the ECS Fog wiring kit and European light switch.
*Hella made E-codes have provisions for leveling motors, but are not included.
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Modified by jdircksen at 9:41 AM 5-19-2004
 

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Re: Which model of Ecodes is the OEM version? (jdircksen)

I believe Hella is the OEM supplier
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I've heard of a couple different brands (Hella, Valeo, Depo). I've also seen smoked and clear lights. Some have glass lenses. And finally, I've seen some clear lights with amber turn signals, and some with clear.
Are these ones at ESCTuning the real OEM ones?

Modified by jdircksen at 9:41 AM 5-19-2004
 

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Valeo made the North American smoked 20th AE smoked headlights... so they might be an OEM supplier in Europe- this is speculation of course.
Hella or Valeo would be fine- just DO NOT BUY Depo, InPro or FK- they're not worth the savings.
 

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Re: Which model of Ecodes is the OEM version? (ShockWaveVT)

Do the Hella's have glass lenses?
And do Hella's have yellow or clear turn signal lenses?
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Re: Which model of Ecodes is the OEM version? (jdircksen)

My hella's are glass lens and clear turn signals. Does anyone know how to swap a amber lens into it?
 
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