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11-19-2012 01:19 PM
Sfxlance http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater

This is my hit and run. I walk out the mall and find this done to my car. And there were no cameras in the area to catch who did this -_-
11-19-2012 01:09 PM
suss6052
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Do you know the dates and the differences? I might see about whoever getting the Ti lamps and reselling the good one. The bad one I think can be fixed if somebody wants to plastic weld the broken screw tab.
The differences I do not know of off hand, the dates are listed on ford parts in the catalog.

Dates were before 2/5/12 and 2/6/12 to 9/24/2012 .
11-19-2012 12:47 PM
BetaDnB Do you know the dates and the differences? I might see about whoever getting the Ti lamps and reselling the good one. The bad one I think can be fixed if somebody wants to plastic weld the broken screw tab.
11-19-2012 12:38 PM
suss6052
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So I'm looking on fordparts.com because I've now discovered the headlight needs replaced entirely. Do I really see it correctly that the Ti headlights are cheaper than the non Ti?
Yup, and there were two versions of the standard lamps based on production date ranges and both are more expensive than the black "Ti" specification lamps.
11-19-2012 12:36 PM
Zillon
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So I'm looking on fordparts.com because I've now discovered the headlight needs replaced entirely. Do I really see it correctly that the Ti headlights are cheaper than the non Ti?
Yep. 'Tis correct.
11-19-2012 12:35 PM
BetaDnB So I'm looking on fordparts.com because I've now discovered the headlight needs replaced entirely. Do I really see it correctly that the Ti headlights are cheaper than the non Ti?
11-19-2012 07:38 AM
BetaDnB
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There's no way she was not aware of hitting your car. She should get a large fine for hit and run at minimum, you have a witness to the attempted escape.
I agree completely once I realized how hard she actually hit it. It's really hard to tell on the surfaces with these new Foci. They hold up so well when hit. BTW the vehicle was a 2008 Highlander. I also could've called the police when I asked her for her insurance and registration cards and she didn't have them. But because she at least had her license and had already started processing with her insurance (with a claim number), and her promise to bring them to me (which she did last night) I let it go. So I now have a copy of her license, registration, and insurance and it's all up to date. I'm going to go take her for my own estimate today.
11-19-2012 02:27 AM
renatogcarvalho That's very sad man. Hope everything goes well and you fix it asap.
11-19-2012 01:48 AM
glocker One more reason I'm glad to finally have a garage after 5 years in an apartment leaving my focus outside 24/7.
11-18-2012 10:24 PM
Focus YBTC
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Too many witnesses man.


There's no way she was not aware of hitting your car. She should get a large fine for hit and run at minimum, you have a witness to the attempted escape. This sucks so bad when it happens. It's happened to my daughter twice over the last year in parking lots and my son's car was completely totaled by a drunk hit and run driver two months ago but she didn't get far before crashing into something else, getting arrested and going to jail. I hope the repair works out well and no money comes out of your pocket for the incident. That security guard ROCKS!
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