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Old 03-21-2015, 01:14 PM   #1
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Anyone know who the headlight mfg is

for a 2005 CC Allure 430? My headlights are very cloudy and I bought a 3M kit to clean them but I have not heard of much success of people doing it.
I had seen on the forum that Ford made them for some years..

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Our 1995 is ford bronco.

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There should be a SAE number on the headlight itself. Google that number to see what comes up.

Then check out this web site for your headlights.

HeadlightsDepot.com | Top Quality Replacement Headlights at Affordable Prices

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Mine came from a Lincoln Navigator. I also tried a Mothers headlight restoration kit on both headlights. One came out pretty good but the other was still very cloudy so I replaced it.

As noted, I googled the SAE # on the lens and found a replacement on Amazon.
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Mine came from a Lincoln Navigator.
You have the same headlights on your coach as I do on my 2002 Monaco Windsor.

I replaced mine back in 2012 with a set purchased from Amazon distributed by ANZO. I bought the Blackwood Edition headlights which are colored a little different than my OEM ones.

Maybe you can help me figure out how to do adjustments on the headlights as they are way off from what they should be. It's not like a drive a lot after dark but they need to be corrected.

I tried asking ANZO but got no help from them.

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Thanks for the quick replys..I have not check the headlight assy number yet but I believe this is the same one that I have in the 2005 CC. I will try the kit first. I watched many youtube videos on DIY so I will try it.

This is the link I found for the light.
1998-02 Lincoln Navigator Headlight Passenger Side - 1ALHL00811 at 1A Auto.com
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I went to a junk yard with my headlight and returned with two new headlights. Quick easy and inexpensive.
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You have the same headlights on your coach as I do on my 2002 Monaco Windsor.

I replaced mine back in 2012 with a set purchased from Amazon distributed by ANZO. I bought the Blackwood Edition headlights which are colored a little different than my OEM ones.

Maybe you can help me figure out how to do adjustments on the headlights as they are way off from what they should be. It's not like a drive a lot after dark but they need to be corrected.

I tried asking ANZO but got no help from them.

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Not sure how to adjust them. My headlights seem pretty anemic so I plan to have them checked and adjusted when I have my VA state inspection soon.
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Thanks for the quick replys..I have not check the headlight assy number yet but I believe this is the same one that I have in the 2005 CC. I will try the kit first. I watched many youtube videos on DIY so I will try it.

This is the link I found for the light.
1998-02 Lincoln Navigator Headlight Passenger Side - 1ALHL00811 at 1A Auto.com
That is exactly what I have on my coach.
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for a 2005 CC Allure 430? My headlights are very cloudy and I bought a 3M kit to clean them but I have not heard of much success of people doing it.
I had seen on the forum that Ford made them for some years..

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I had the same problem plus I needed to clean up my rims so I used this
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Cleaned the lens and all set!

For now..

http://i1062.photobucket.com/albums/...g?t=1427242742

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Thanks for the quick replys..I have not check the headlight assy number yet but I believe this is the same one that I have in the 2005 CC. I will try the kit first. I watched many youtube videos on DIY so I will try it.

This is the link I found for the light.
1998-02 Lincoln Navigator Headlight Passenger Side - 1ALHL00811 at 1A Auto.com
Looks like the one in our Magna too. The drivers side adjustment broke so I need to buy another one sometime. Might as well get both at once I guess.
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I called a junkyard and they wanted $200 for drivers side and $175 for the passengers side. I did find new replacements (both lights) on ebay for around $165. Used the Meguiar’s Heavy Duty headlight restoration kit and it did a decent job.
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I called a junkyard and they wanted $200 for drivers side and $175 for the passengers side. I did find new replacements (both lights) on ebay for around $165. Used the Meguiar’s Heavy Duty headlight restoration kit and it did a decent job.
Pretty expensive USED headlights I would say especially when you can get a pair of brand new ones for about $200.

Well at least that's what I paid for my new set of headlights.

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