Yes, exactly - it was a standard plug & play with those lights from Suncoastparts. The big thing was removing the bumper as the taillights won't come off with the bumper on (I think that generated the labor time and resulted in high install cost). I can't 100% confirm coding was ultimately needed but it was mentioned to me both by the dealership & a 3rd party shop in the Austin area when I was shopping around for this install.Forum member Active_Exhaust sold a set of US tail lamps a couple of months ago. IIRC, the
fit was exact - plug & play - he had the dealer do the swap and there was some mention of
I think he also posted a clip of the new lights in action.
I'm selling the original tail lights that came in my 2018 Macan GTS bought I Oct 2018 in Porsche Austin. Since they're from GTS, they have a darker tone (they're tinted) - could be a direct replacement for your GTS or a nice upgrade to the standard red lights that come in Base, S or Turbo...www.macanforum.com
With the EUR lights the middle stripe goes off for: (1) main light which is red and (2) flashing amber indicator.Well, that answered 2 questions, TY: is the red center light still operational w/headlights? Are they combined? Yes to both (as I hoped). It looks great and I'll probably get a set. Suncoast said this is absolute non-returnable item so I've gotta get it right.
Yes. Volcano Grey. I changed the silver letters to black.
I bought them from max speed last Fall
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I guess that was you taking a left as I went byHey I saw your car on Amherst St in Nashua a few days ago I noticed your tail lights immediately... Drove me nuts wondering how what appeared to be a US spec Turbo had lights like that Now I know Both the car and lights looked awesome !!