Join Date: Nov 2017
Vehicle: White/beige 2012 350
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There is a wide gap between working and safe and fixed correctly, but bridging that gap requires the person knowing how things work in a bit more depth.
Here in Calif we don't have MOT, state could care less about a car stopping or seats working, as long as the smog system is effectively restraining hp and all the bits have the correct numbers on them.
For the headlights I would think "most" of the original wiring should still be accessible, so that a replacement original socket with pig tails (prewired to easily splice in) would fix that.