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Old 06-16-2021, 01:01 PM   #1
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Searching for tail light

I have a Fleetwood Discovery. 2007 39v. Broken right tail light which is not in stock and not manufactured now. Where might I find one?
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Old 06-16-2021, 01:11 PM   #2
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Have you tried doing an internet search for the DOT number molded into the other one? Most taillight assemblies are from other vehicles and may be available on line. Your other option is to start calling RV salvage yards such as Colaw RV Salvage.
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Most of the tailights are made by Bargman. Get the number off the lense and go to their website. Also post a picture here. I have a set that I took off and replaced with led that might work.
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Old 06-17-2021, 02:00 AM   #4
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My 2008 uses taillights from a 93-95 Mercury Villager. Not sure about the 2007. Not sure which side you need, but, here's a link. Also each side uses a right and left on mine. I pulled up a 2007 brochure and it appears that the 2007 uses the same tail lights as the 2008.
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Do some research, get # s of the tail lights of my 2000 American Eagle and the manufacturer, Hella a European company, went on ebay and found one yellow and two red taillamp assemblies, two came from England one from Latvia, turns out they were used on a Peugeot truck of some sort. The front headlamp assemblies for my 2000 came from a late 90's Cadillac
The cost for the rears was about 75 bucks with shipping and everything for all 3, I think most Coach builders source their parts from manufacturers making lenses for other applications.

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Old 06-21-2021, 08:25 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Budb View Post
I have a Fleetwood Discovery. 2007 39v. Broken right tail light which is not in stock and not manufactured now. Where might I find one?
Wow… 4 posts since you joined this forum in 2013. If only I had that kind of ability. Didn’t mean to interrupt your thread. Good luck sir.
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Bargman was the OEM to Fleetwood for taillights.

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Old 06-29-2021, 04:14 PM   #8
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On my 2006 Discovery, the TYC number is as shown in the picture. Its hard to see but it is there. Just Google that number and it will tell you what car/van/truck it was originally made for. Mine, according to my notes, was made for "Taillight housing 11-5405 & 5406 1993 to 1995 Nissan Quest and Mercury Villager"
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Reading this post is making me wonder about my headlight lenses…

Can the lenses on the headlights be replaced like the tail light lenses…without replacing the entire housing?

My headlights are yellowed and have spidery cracks…here’s hoping
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Headlight, fog light and turn indicator assembly yellowing removal options that prevent the need to replace your expensive lights.

Replacement lights can be expensive to replace and/or professional clean. However, there are a couple home remedies that you should try immediately… what do you have to lose other than 10-15 minutes?

The following two home remedies are quick, simple and inexpensive (less than $5) to greatly reduce and/or completely remove the “yellowed” discoloration:

1. Requires a simple citrus lemon (or small lemon juice squirt bottle), a couple table spoons of table salt and a few clean cotton rags:

Cut the lemon in half - pour a generous amount of household salt directly onto a lemon half. The acidic nature of lemon juice will quickly cut through the road grime and greatly improve visibility

A. Gently rub the salted lemon on the headlight for several minutes and wipe off with a clean cotton rag/towel - you’ll immediately see the yellowing road grime transferring from the headlight onto the rag
B. Let the lemon juice do the work, hard rubbing pressure isn’t necessary.
C. Repeat if necessary to see if the lights will get any clearer

2. Requires an aerosol can of DEEP WOODS OFF mosquito repellent and a few clean cotton rags. The cleaning process may require up to six sprays & wipes per headlight

This option is to use DEEP WOODS OFF mosquito repellent instead of lemon juice.

A. Generously spray repellent directly onto the headlight or a cotton rag
B. Let the repellent do the work, hard rubbing pressure isn’t necessary.
C. Gently rub the repellent in a circular motion - you’ll immediately see the yellow grime transferring from the headlight onto the rag

The difference is CLEAR… I suggest you photograph your headlights (and other light lenses) before you begin to clean.

Work one side for several minutes and them compare it to the still-yellowed light lenses.

Snap a couple additional photographs and you will immediately SEE the Difference.

This project should take at or about 15 minutes total.

Give it a try and if you’re satisfied with the results, please share these tips with your family, friends and other campers you meet through your travels.

Think safety….

Always drive with your lights on for SAFETY - Be seen, be safe - happy travels!
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Those tail light housings are Hamsar 81144 red, 81149 amber and 81150 clear. Available from
Does anyone have a number for the sockets that fit them? I have an 04 Dutch Star and am changing them all
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