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2001 beetle: I've replaced, at least 10 headlight blubs in the past two years. the last one lasted two weeks. Any info or help. Thank you

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Be sure that the lens and housing of the light are sealed completely as moisture is killer to a halogen bulb.

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Put some waterproof electrical grease (you can get at auto zone) on end of bulb before you put in in! The reason bulbs are blowing, is they are getting wet!

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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