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Daihatsu HiJet

SM, Ayala, Fuentes, Seaside, Guadalupe, and north Mactan / Lapu Lapu areas   OK

 

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Soupeod
14 hours ago, lamoe said:

Daihatsu HiJet

SM, Ayala, Fuentes, Seaside, Guadalupe, and north Mactan / Lapu Lapu areas   OK

 

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Huh?  

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lamoe
1 minute ago, soupeod said:

Huh?  

Want to replace the headlight  lens / housing

Frosted - want clear one

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10 minutes ago, lamoe said:

Want to replace the headlight  lens / housing

Frosted - want clear one

Ah thx ?

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Dafey

you can get a kit and clear the fog off of it. Save you a buncha money

It's actually a light sand paper and a gritty paste that you rub on then wipe off. Usually comes with a protective coating to slow it from happening again. Best I ever used was McGuire's

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Woolf

Wipe it with wd40

 

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lamoe

Had 60 W yellow - replaced with 90 W clear - still not what I want - not really sure if it's the lens per say or the reflector

Have "mid" window tinting - may have layer removed

Just now, Woolf said:

I'll try it but if it is the reflector will just replace.

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Dafey

Your windshield is tinted? better take that off if you plan on driving at night

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9 minutes ago, Dafey said:

Your windshield is tinted? better take that off if you plan on driving at night

Yea lol I made that mistake.

I dont know Cebu well there should be an auto place that does accessories there.

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lamoe

Very seldom at night

For now when I do I just do as the other drivers do - turn on brights ?

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Headshot
4 hours ago, lamoe said:

Very seldom at night

For now when I do I just do as the other drivers do - turn on brights ?

If you remove the windshield tinting, you may find that you don't really have a problem with your headlights ... just your vision.

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RogerDat

Don't drive at night. Problem solved. Plastic lights are always frosted by the time they get here.

 

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lamoe
On 8/28/2018 at 11:27 AM, Headshot said:

If you remove the windshield tinting, you may find that you don't really have a problem with your headlights ... just your vision.

Did  was :oldtimer:

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