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I travelled to Jordan through driving in Saudia Arabia ;from the dust and wind the front bulbs were very dirty from the wind and insect , i couldn't remove it in the dealer in Bahrain .

please advice the solutions
Mohammad Ta'an
Manama - Bahrain

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  • mohd_taani Jan 09, 2009

    please note this doesn't need all these to set a plan !!!!!!!!



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