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Old 09-09-2013, 11:10 PM   #1
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head light housing

I have a 1994 Winnebago 33' Elante looking for the left and right head light housings i'm told there no longer available, where does one go for outdated parts ?
the inside of mine are fog up unless someone has any ideas on how to clean them
or find new ones
thanks Chris
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:26 PM   #2
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Once they've had moisture in them for a while , they're usually toast.
Could you post a picture. The lights are usually from , automotive , so someone not familiar with your RV could identify them from a photo.
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Old 09-10-2013, 01:24 AM   #3
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Is this one what yours looks like??
1994 Winnebago Elante 33 1/2' Class A Motorhome

I Am Not sure what vehicle that headlight is from. But I'd bet it is from a Ford.
Look close at your light lens for a Ford number.
And when you do find it it wouldn't surpeise one bit if For has discontinued it as well. But don't worry You will be able to find one on ebay and other places if that happens.
My guess is its definitely from a Ford

Just for reference here are the winnebago part numbers
095213-01-000 EA HEADLAMP-PASSENGER, W/TURN SIGNAL LIGHT
095213-02-000 EA HEADLAMP-DRIVER SIDE, W/TURN SIGNAL LIGHT

Why these RV companys can't tell you what vehicle they are from after they WON"T sell them to you irritates me
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Maybe this one??

85 90 Ford Escort New Headlamp Assembly Front Right Passenger Side RH | eBay
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Old 09-10-2013, 07:57 AM   #5
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Hi and thank you yes that is my motorhome exactly outside looks a lot better tho
and those are the same part numbers that I have
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yea that sure looks like the one Wow you've done all my leg work for me
thanks again

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Old 09-10-2013, 05:51 PM   #7
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I would get one side removed and make sure that is right one before spending the money.
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headlights

if you find out which lights you have, check with AM auto parts online (aftermarket auto parts,) very cheap, I bought a set of lights with bulbs and free shipping for my 1999 f-150 for 40 dollars. Sams Club and Walmart wanted 40 dollars to buff mine clear.
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Old 09-13-2013, 01:02 PM   #9
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When my wife had a guy go in the ditch and spray gravel all over her car on interstate it broke out both headlights as well as her windows and a lot of other damage. The body shop told us they used a company that made replacement headlights for cars. About half of the price and a life time warranty. Go to a body shop with one of your headlights and see if they can give you the name of this company.
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