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Old 18-03-11, 06:07 PM   #1
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can anyone tell me how easy it is to change a headlight cover which has a crack in it on a Peugeot 206?
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from what i heard the headlight unit is vacuum...dont know how, but its what i heard.
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from what i heard the headlight unit is vacuum...dont know how, but its what i heard.
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I heard in a low heat oven you can soften the glue and change , but i think a scrapyard is your best bet ,otherwise it will just keep filling with condensation,
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You can't. New headlight.
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as mentioned, you can stick it in a over and the glue will soften allowing it to come off. But whats the point, as youll need a donor light in which case it would just be easier to put a whole new light in.
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