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On 5/23/2022 at 9:00 PM, layzie said:

Trying to find the RHS headlight part number for my 04 Sportivo. Need to replace it since there’s a crack.

Do you guys know if the ZZE122 headlight the same as the Sportivo ZZE123?

https://www.ozeparts.com.au/1016346.html

The lights between ZZE122's and ZZE123's use different plugs for what ever reason. As long as you have selected headlights suitabel for AHT VIN's (South African manufactured Corolla's) you'll have no issues.

You can get the lights as a pair https://www.ozeparts.com.au/toyota/corolla-94/corolla-vin-aht/2003-03-2004-08-ze122-hatch-tab/1016347.html and it'll be well worth it especially if your current headlights have faded lenses. I purchased a set of lights from the same company a few years back and had no issues with getting them, no damage etc etc.

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5 hours ago, Squalled said:

The lights between ZZE122's and ZZE123's use different plugs for what ever reason. As long as you have selected headlights suitabel for AHT VIN's (South African manufactured Corolla's) you'll have no issues.

You can get the lights as a pair https://www.ozeparts.com.au/toyota/corolla-94/corolla-vin-aht/2003-03-2004-08-ze122-hatch-tab/1016347.html and it'll be well worth it especially if your current headlights have faded lenses. I purchased a set of lights from the same company a few years back and had no issues with getting them, no damage etc etc.

Thanks mate, will order from the link I posted up. I actually got the LHS replaced a year or two ago through insurance when a big stray dog ran across the road and hit my car. So yeah LHS is still looking fresh. But RHS has a crack and fogged up.

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1 hour ago, Tony Prodigy said:

Are Genuine Headlights still available ? I'm thinking if they were, they'd be horrendously expensive too.

I believe they are, last I heard someone paying well over $700 for one along with someone else selling them for $1200 a pair claiming they paid almost $1500 for them!

19 minutes ago, layzie said:

Thanks mate, will order from the link I posted up. I actually got the LHS replaced a year or two ago through insurance when a big stray dog ran across the road and hit my car. So yeah LHS is still looking fresh. But RHS has a crack and fogged up.

Ah good good. I've found using some sealant on the lenses will help them from fading quicker also so even investing in a $40 spray sealant to spray on them once a month or so it should stop them from fading again.

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