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    Driver Side Outer Replacement Tail Light. Chrome housing, red lens. You need your tail lights to be functional for safe driving, so your vehicle and brake lights/turn signals can be seen by other drivers. Don''t drive with a damaged or non-functional tail light and endanger yourself and your passengers because of the high cost of a replacement. A Replace Tail Light is a direct replacement for the original equipment () part but costs much less. You get quality without the price. Driving at night or in inclement weather is rather challenging with a damaged or non-functional tail light. Without the necessary illumination, other drivers may not see you or be able to tell when you''re braking or turning. In some localities you may fail a safety inspection for a damaged or non-functional tail light, and law enforcement officers will ticket, and maybe even impound, vehicles they judge to be unsafe. Besides, an intact, functioning tail light will just plain make your vehicle look better. But what about the high cost of the replacement at the dealer? Replace has the answer with a quality, low cost tail light. For much less cash than the factory unit, you get replacement tail lights that are identical to in every way; same quality, same method of installation. A Replace tail light isn''t some cheap universal fit part that will require extensive modifications to your vehicle for fitment. It will mount the same way and the electrical connector will mate with your factory plug. The Replace tail light will look and function exactly the same as the original. Replace tail lights are so reasonably priced that there''s no reason to live with a disfigured vehicle or endanger anyone by driving an unsafe car or truck.

    Value Tail Lamp Assembly Rear Left Compatible with Buick Lucerne

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