Toyota Tacoma Daytime Running lights on Toyota Tacoma

Average mileage: 112,044 (40,600–176,532)
3 model years affected: 1997, 2008, 2010
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2008 Toyota Tacoma40,600
Both amber lenses in headlights are cracked due to daylight running lights.
Running lights crack but headlight housing does not allow replacement of just daylight running lens. The entire front headlight assembly has to be replaced. Approximately $900 OEM repair. After market lights range from $150/pair to $400/pair for top of the line HID lights. Toyota charging $350 - $400 per light assembly and this is a manufacturing issue.
1997 Toyota Tacoma176,532
all light work but runinglight
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