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I have a VZ LX6 Adventra and the headlight lenses are pitted to the extreme.I have tried cleaning them
with minor success.Would anyone know if you can get after market LED lights and the cost
Thanks for your help
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I have tried cleaning them with minor success.
Largely won't get rid of the pitting, but as for the cloudiness an $8 foam ball drill attachment from Super Cheap and $2 of white toothpaste was the best solution I found. Just make sure you use water so that it's lubed up enough.
 

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Thanks for the info
 

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To use LED lights in them, you need to replace the dust caps with deeper ones. I’ve been helping a guy make some designs and this one works.

I use NightEye LED bulbs. Plug and play.

Putting better bulbs inside a headlamp assembly that is not great is only going to puss people off and is not the solution.

If you cleaned them using info from YouTube and used wd40 or toothpaste or hairspray, you can see they don’t work.

I just did this thread on the topic.

The dust covers for LED (Projector only):
*same cover for low and high beam.
*only fits projector headlamps.
 
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