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Hazy or smoky headlamp cover, how to clean it?

My headlamp cover is slightly cloudy. how best to clean it?

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Wash your headlights well using soapy water; rinse and dry. Dip a corner of your soft rag in denatured alcohol, which you can find at most paint or hardware stores. Rub the solution on your lens in small, circular motions. Repeat until your headlights lose some of their yellow hue.

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NEED JUST THE LENSES FOR MB',, 2003 320M LIGHTS ARE FINE , BOTH LENSES ARE HAZY AND BAD


The lens is not sold separately, you must replace the whole assembly. This assumes you are talking about the headlight lens.

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Headlamp plastic covers are cloudy...where can you buy replacements? The dealer wants $700 for replacement light units...all I need is the covers....


You can not buy just the covers. They come as complete assemblies as the dealer quoted you. What you can do is call around your area to find a shop that offer's headlamp restorations.

Basically they will sand all the degraded material off of the lenses, polish them, and then reseal them. I do them all the time with fantastic results.

I can give you some instruction on how to do this yourself if you are interested or you can check out my how to tip.

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If you buy new lights they may come with that mouinting bracket, it probably needs new lights by now anyhow and the get yellowed and hazy. check on the web for 1996 pontiac lights and see what comes up.

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How do you take the light cover off of the head lights


it doesnt come off. if its hazy or fogged up, you need to replace the headlights.

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A bird flew into my headlight and broke it. There is a hole in it but the light still seems to be working. Can I just replace the cover or does the whole headlight need to be replaced. How much does it...


You cannot just replace the headlight lens. The headlight is an assembly and the entire assembly must be replaced. You can get one on the internet at many sites. You may want to replace them both if the lens has become cloudy and hazy or your vehicle will look odd with one shiny clean lens and one cloudy lens. They are not that expensive on this sire at $42.
http://www.go-part.com/9905-pontiac-grand-headlight-assembly-right-passenger-p-14294.html
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Top of page on this link at Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/PONTIAC-MIRROR-PASSENGER-PT12ER-22613584/dp/B000E4PNCC

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How to replace the head lamp on a 1990 Saab 900?


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try to pollish out the scratches, thats what the hazy look is , road dust at highway speeds turns into a sander and scratches the clear lens.there are kits made just for this or I normally use meguires number 7 fine cut cleaner and a buffer with a cotton pad.

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Cloudy lens


all you need to do is go to a pro auto paint store and pick up some "rubbing compound" it's like a wax. You "waxon"  - "waxoff" with a circular motion. It will remove the oxidation off of your plastic light cover. No need to remove.

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