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  1. Join Date
    May 2004
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    36
    #1
    not the bulbs, it's the plastic casing (or whatever you call it. :confused: ). I wonder what's causing it since I saw other '99 Civics that doesnt have that problem. The upper half of both my headlights are already translucent, the lower half transparent.

    Need enlightenment on what's causing that 'cataract' and is there a remedy, other than a transplant or an operation?

    Is there an opthalmologist on board? :D

  2. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Posts
    124
    #2
    ganyan talaga mga civics
    kelangan i pa linis...
    bigberts can clean em..

  3. Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Posts
    1,973
    #3
    two things can happen to your civic's plastic lens...
    1. dust accumulates on the inside of your lens, good thing is this can be cleaned

    2. if you're using high wattage bulbs other than the standard 55/60 watts bulb, there is a possibilty of burning your lens, if is burned thats the bad news, you'll have to change the whole assembly.

    come by the shop we'll gladly take a look at your lamps. look for Vincent(blackmagic)

  4. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Posts
    3,013
    #4
    im sure u used higher wattage bulbs that why ganun ang nangyari, padjust mo nalang headlights mo para pumantay ang pagkalabo. looks better.

hazy headlights