Upgrade FULL Function Tail Lights Fits Nissan GU Patrol 04-13 Y61 Wagon
Brand New Direct ReplacementRated 5/5 based on 5 reviews.
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Nissan Patrol GU Wagon 8/2004 - 2/2013 Pair of (1xLH 1xRH side) rear tail lights
Brand new non genuine replacement lamps
To suit models built AFTER 8/2004 ONLY
These are the FULL FUNCTIONAL overseas model lamps with the amber section at the top of the light
Lamps are a direct replacement fit for your Patrol and come with the bulbs and wiring . Some model patrols have the plugs reaydy to plug straight into but others may still need to wired in for the lights to work . Best to check your patrol before buying
Popular replacement for the standard patrol tail lights .
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what legendsBy: Paul Skinner on 13 January 2020fantastic pricing, very local, pleasure to do business with. looking forward to my next visit
Full function tail lights Nissan Patrol GUBy: Leigh Scott on 25 October 2019These lights were at a good price and arrived a few days after ordering them, even though I'm over 700 km from Perth. I had an Auto Electrician fit them and they work perfectly . I would recommend Panelhouse to anyone who purchases these.
GreatBy: Matt on 9 August 2019Awrsome replacement, would be perfect if they came with a wiring harness that adapted to the existing wiring
Nissan Patrol y61 working taillightsBy: Greg Perkins on 4 May 2018Very good quality lamps,very happy customer.
Works!17 February 2016I wiped out the right rear dummy light cluster on my 2012 Y61 Patrol by accident and used the opportunity to upgrade to working lights. The service from Panel House was faultless and delivery to Perth done in under 2 days! The lights are not 100% the same shape as the originals, but if anything, they fit slightly better. (Just an observation) Physical installation of the clusters is "easy as". Two nuts and three lugs per side, but pay attention to how the lugs work when removing. The electrical installation requires a little more thought, but is hardly rocket science. I replaced the supplied plugs on the clusters with quick release holders, which allowed me to apply my own logic to the wiring and to neatly line in a reverse camera. Word of advice: Replace at least some of the indicator light globes on the vehicle with LEDs - it does not have to be the ones in your new lights, but failure to do so is almost guaranteed to lead to a blown hazard lights fuse, especially if you have incandescents throughout and additional indicators in the bullbar.
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