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Old 17-02-2017, 03:38 PM
john.james82 john.james82 is offline
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: Mallusk
Car: E350 Coupe W207 - 2010
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Default Parking light? - C207 2010 E350

I am trying to figure out how to replace the light in my front headlamp. I replaced the Bi-Xenon bulbs and not the inner light is a different colour. The replacement Bi-Xenon have a blue ice colour to them but the inner light has a yellow hint to them.

I have attached a picture of the C207. My understanding is the light surrounded in red is the Bi-Xenon head light. The area in yellow is the daytime running light. From my Google search the area in purple is the "parking light" but i could be wrong.

When i changed the Bi-Xenon I couldn't see/find any bulb for the parking light. From research it seems there is no bulb as such it is some sort of LED mounted onto a board. I don't know what this is called. So I'm finding it difficult to find a replacement part, if possible. I've uploaded what I think I need.

Can anyone help with what the part if called and how to replace it.
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