The small motor is headlight leveling I.E. when you have a heavy load there is a switch in the dash that you move to 1 of 4 positions to set the height of the projector beam. The j-spec doesnt have that bit.
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I originally thought your were after rear light clusters - oops anyway by the looks of things the price wont vary much between your quoted $700 and getting them shipped from the UK to the US.
As for the motor on the lights - Theres a switch inside the car to adjust the angle of the lights - Just save poping the hood to adjust them - cant say as i use mine at all.
Just ring or email a UK dealer - just pick one at random from www.mazda.co.uk they should get back to you with a list of prices - I wouldnt mention your from the US at this stage though. Just out of interest how much do MX6 sell for over in the States ? as i woulndt dream of spending that much money on lights ! ( Turbos etc granted but lights ! )
( Looks like a dual post form MX6-UK - Sorry dave must be typing at the same time )
I won't mention the headlight leveling system as I think its covered now ! only that it's rarely used.
The 626 and MX6 lights are the same spec, but different shape.
Breakage wise, I think one guy over here had a cracked one a while ago, and cruisemad helped him out. (cheers Kyle)
As far as I know, the front fogs are very expensive as well. Not all models had them, and the 626 may be identical for these. Mine have a yellow covering inside, and shine bright yellow when switched on.
If cost is an issue, there are a few breakers here, and although the parts are hard to find, would be much cheaper.
I will try to find out some prices for you, both new and used, also the cost of shipping.
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That really doesnt supprise me John after all they are harder to come by over here than in the states. And when you do Find what you want they want the earth. Ive been quite lucky upto now really. Did you try Rochdale???
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