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I need to remove the front casing of the front head lamp. 1998 accord. any suggestions?

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  • davidlaidley Jul 24, 2009

    the inside (behind) of the casing, it has become very dull. therefore the headlamp does not emit proper light and difficult to see during night driving. your suggestion is a good one but is there another way to get rid of this dullness?



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These are sealed to plastic casing with a hardened sealant?if so use a blade attachment on a soldering iron to slice can make one out of an ht lead end,crimp around iron tip and flatten other end to use as a blade

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