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bringing this back because now there is a dead bug in the bottom corner of my headlight.. someone please help with a solution! They have never been opened and now

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Old 07-22-2015, 05:53 PM   #16 (permalink)
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bringing this back because now there is a dead bug in the bottom corner of my headlight.. someone please help with a solution! They have never been opened and now that's all I see when I look at the front of my Z
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Hey, if it gets in front of the lens, does it make like the "Bat Signal" ?

Then EVERYBODY will want one!
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bringing this back because now there is a dead bug in the bottom corner of my headlight.. someone please help with a solution! They have never been opened and now that's all I see when I look at the front of my Z
Have you tried putting a small vacuum hose up to where the light bulb would go in? Or modifying that with something to make it fit in better? I dropped a light bulb in there once and tried this with a vacuum. it almost worked but the bulb was slightly too heavy to suck up all the way.

Or you could possibly try an air nozzle and blowing it out?
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Have you tried putting a small vacuum hose up to where the light bulb would go in? Or modifying that with something to make it fit in better? I dropped a light bulb in there once and tried this with a vacuum. it almost worked but the bulb was slightly too heavy to suck up all the way.

Or you could possibly try an air nozzle and blowing it out?
I'll try the vacuum..
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