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1992 subaru legacy wagon tail lights busted out

I need tail light covers or housing for my 1992 subaru legacy wagon i am running out of red tape and dont even know where to begin to find this part

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  • stormphoenix Feb 10, 2009

    yeah i looked. i just **** at internet surfing

  • stormphoenix Feb 10, 2009

    yeah i tryed. no luck at all.

  • BILL Feb 11, 2012

    I have 2 in good shape from a 94 wag. find out if they are the same.I think they are

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Did try the junk yard or the web sites on here

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

  • jim beckwith Feb 10, 2009

    man you are right did you the auto zone or advance auto just for the heck of it.

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