Really smart looking might have a look the only thing is its opal with two tail pipes we only have one ?Richie said:I think that these may be Hella mix and match 67mm or 55mm combination lights, you can find them in the Hella catalogue at www.hella.com. I haven't fitted them myself, but I think they are 55's, for which the part numbers are:
Taillight, LED red, 12 V (2SA 008 405-021)
Rear Fog Light, fitting (2NE 008 221-031)
The lights look like this:
You can find them on the interweb
wilma08 said:Really smart looking might have a look the only thing is its opal with two tail pipes we only have one ?
Yeh I think so too...I wonder if the rear silver pannel with the arches off the Captiva would fit the Antara??? I keep looking on fleebay to see if one pops up cheap enough to give it a try...wilma08 said:The Captiva has two not fare it does look so smart
Those are the ones! They are actually brake lights, the LEDs glow red. The fog light is designed to sit in the middle, which gives you thesetup as shown in the Irmscher picture.I guess that this means that the rear reflectors would need to be removed.R055Y said:These would perhaps sit over the top and look good as extra reverse lamps..specialy for those like myself with rear Cameras...and in fact maybe whats on the car above at Irmcher? I.e. the standard reflector would still be seen in the center??
Found on fleebay....
I think this is very smart. Was fitting the lights a problem at all? A blow-by-blow description will be greatly appreciated. Also, do you have the product number of the wiring harnesses?Richie said:I've done something slightly different....
I like it, they go well with the other chrome bits
...what do you guys think?
This appears to be for the 7-seat which is styled differently. Our Antara is the US Chevvy Captiva Sport. They're actually two different vehicle models that share some components. The 5-seat Captiva variations are all based on the Opel Antara.R055Y said: