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My Headlights assbly on both left and right are very hard to find

I currently own 1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon 2.0. I cannot pass inpection for the simple fact that both headlight are rusted and very old. I need to ask you if you know someone that carries this headlight for the "wagon" not the car model, because they are different in shape and size, I will sincerely appreciate the help, thank you very much.

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  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    Definitely have the same problem with trying to replace 1986 Nissan Staza WAGON headlight. I have a headlight that leaks and although I replace the bulb, there is hardly any light coming thru. The drive side is still good. You might find some at the carwreckers, but most people are still driving their 1986-87 Nissan WAGONS because they never give up. Mine has over 300,000 miles on it. The only other chance is to find someone who owns a junk car in their driveway and would sell you the headlight

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I had a quick look on ebay and craigslist and nothing. I would suggest the auto wreckers, but even if they had them, they would likely be shot as well. If you are desperate and so inclined, you could buy some standard sealed beams for a 2 lamp system, fabricate some mounts and surrounding trim and replace the existing units. Even if you did this temporarily until you found the right ones, the inspector must pass them if they are at the right height and aimed properly. They don't have to be pretty, they just have to work and have no sharp edges exposed incase you hit somebody. Not kidding about that either.

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  • paul knisely May 20, 2011

    With composite headlights, the ones where you screw in the bulb, you must open up the housing. Hopefully you have a glass front to the headlight - plastic will not do.
    The 'bucket' must be metal to tolerate the separating method proceeded to now.
    To Get Into the bucket that invriably rusts to nothingness, you remove anything that will melt, and then place the bucket/glass item in the oven at 450* for two hours......
    You want to 'fail' the mastic glue that is preventing you from separating the glass & steel from each other. Once the alarm goes off at 2 hours, turn off the oven and let cool for 2 hours. CAUTION: EXPOSING THE GLASS TO A COOL BREEZE WILL CRACK IT INTO A BILLION PIECES (as my first attempt).
    Once cooled, the metal bucket can be brought to your local Hi-School where a Glovebox (sandblaster) is used to remove ALL rust (bribe the Teacher with a jar of honey). Then just prime the interior of the bucket with Black Krylon Primer, and then use the Chrome-Spray paint from another rattle-can so it will really reflect light. Avoid the area where the glass goes, that has to be primer. I use a two-part JB WELD to attach the glass to the bucket, and close ALL rusty holes, weep holes, and to replace the bulb spigot that may need to be reset.
    My specimen was from a 1986 Nissan Stanza Wagon, National listings started at $100 for
    used - expecting the same problem - sooner or later - so repaired for $8.00 and time.
    -P-4258065209

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I see that it is a wagon, but, is it a GL...XE?

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