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    hi peeps my bm has got it in the headlights and its not nice to look at and how do i get rid of it and keep it away? many thanks.


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    mine too
     
     

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    pop the front outer secions of the lights of and re-gasket them it normally works
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB328i View Post
    pop the front outer secions of the lights of and re-gasket them it normally works
    sweet mate, is it hard to get the fronts off?


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    A mate of mine swears by drilling a small hole in the top plastic so the heat evaporates it.

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    A little bag of silica gell that you usually get in laptop bags etc works great!
    If it aint broke, don't fix it!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam.wilkinson View Post
    A little bag of silica gell that you usually get in laptop bags etc works great!
    where do ya put it?


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    I just unclick the top part of the round headlight covers, then leave it like that for a couple of hours, sorts it out for me
     
     

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    If the lenses have been off for some reason u may find that they didnt reseal it thatswhy ur having that problm


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    cheers mate im on the bm sat so gunna sort it out hopfully and also try and sort the rear doors not locking.


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