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VW Jetta (05-10) Charcoal Tail Light Covers
VW Jetta V (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) Charcoal Tail Light Film Covers

Price: $49.95

Installation Difficulty:
Includes: Both Sides, Instructions, Tools, 5-yr Warranty

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Ships: 2-3 business days
Part #: VW216C

Description Installation FAQ
Lamin-x VW Jetta V (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) Charcoal Tail Light Film Covers. These charcoal tail lamp covers are our darkest shade available to black-out your lights. If you are searching for how to black out my tail lights, then this high-quality overlay product is the perfect solution.

Our products are made from high quality, adhesive-backed protective film that applies like an overlay directly onto the light. The films special adhesive allows for very forgiving installation. You can apply numerous times upon initial application to get it just right, and it can be easily removed in the future. Each kit is pre-cut to fit both the left and right tail lights.


Transparent film that adheres onto your tail light lenses

Glossy finish for high-quality look

Precut for both sides of your specific vehicle

Includes DIY tools and installation instructions

Made in USA, 5-year warranty, industry-leading product

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Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Install not as easy as it looks March 30, 2010
Reviewer: Fahrenheit24 from San Antonio Tx  
The install proved very difficult.  I watched the install video multiple times and read the instructions carefully before starting installation.
I had to break out the heat gun and pull and stretch the film to get it to completely cover the lens.  This led to difficulty getting it flat and left too may bubbles.  There was also some shrinkage after it cooled.

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