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My VW New Beetle 2003 keeps having the left side light bulbs problem. I purchased new bulbs and got installed only several days ago and they were burned out already. I paid $100, and I cannot keep paying it every several days. What can I do?

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Check the lens it could have a whole it allowing moisture to burn out the bulbs.

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