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Passenger headlight doesnt work

I took it to the daeler for seerice and then noticed the headlight doesnt work. I have a 2--5 sport with HID system. I am told that the module is bad and it will cost 1000.00 to repair. I assume the mocule is bad, is there an after market module available? and what is the module called, where is located, how do I replace it?

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