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Head Light cover

I have condensation behind my headlight cover- can the cover be removed and cleaned- if yes how do you remove?

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Lift your bonnet up
see if there are any screws possible no
it should clip on
then just pull off and put on same way it should be like a long bent clip up top the actual cover

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