== == Here is advice: == == * You can use a flitz wheel (brush) on a drill with the polish they send with it or some times you can use a compound polish that you get at your local auto parts store. * Try One Step it does not use abrasives of any type. It is the only product on the market that addresses the problem of oxidation based on the molecular structure of Acrylic Oxidation. It will clear your lens on contact, no sanding or buffing.
* About three grits of sandpaper some rubbing compound and some clear coat. * Any time you have to use sandpaper on a headlight you need new lens. Even paper will scratch plastic. Sandpaper and rubbing compound will destroy the clarity.
Externally, soapy water and a cloth.
Don't try and clean them ...just replace why should i try not to fix it myself it is cheaper
dont even bother trying to clean egr just buy a replacement they are cheap
clean the filter
Can you clean the glass on inside headlights audi a6?
yes it Can I suggest you take the filter out and clean it thoroughly or buy another
To keep glass from looking cloudy, clean with soapy water and wipe clean with a microfiber cloth. If it is still cloudy, spray it with rubbing alcohol and dry again.
Your local auto parts store will sell you a kit to restore the cloudy plastic headlights back to clear again. It is easy to do, just follow instructions. Most kits go for less than $30 and they do both headlights.
Kitchenaid whisper quiet dishwasher does not clean dishes good. Glasses are worse. Also glases are cloudy.
Open the hood of the car and find the idle air control valve. The valve is located on the Gran Marquis' throttle body. The idle air control is a cylinder with a wire connector plugged into it. If needed, refer to your repair manual for an exact diagram. Read more: How to Clean the Idle Air Control Valve in a 2001 Grand Marquis | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7649344_clean-valve-2001-grand-marquis.html#ixzz1eqCpBmRx
You can hose it with carborator spray, but be carefull, 'cause some brands of spray cleaner will hurt the oxygen sensors in the exhaust system.
once a week.
Clean the tank, dont overfeed them
Not keeping it clean and buffed, obviously !!
It would depend on how dirty they are. Keeping headlights clean would be in your best interest.
Probably clogged injectors. I recommend using a few tanks of Shell's Highest Octane, and this will clean them, then go bback to your regular octane gasoline. David
"dirt on the headlights can reduce their effectiveness up to 50 percent." drivegreen.com
An Acrylic Lens Deoxidizer is designed to remove the cloudy oxidation from plastic headlights. It does not require scrubbing, buffing or tools of any type and it works on contact the Number 1 Acrylic Lens Deoxidizer world wide is Pittman ALR.
If you're trying to clean them the haze is not on the inside it is on the outside. You can clean them by using a product called Crystalenz. I use their product when I detail headlights at used car dealerships and it works really well.
If you use turtle wax it will clean it up pretty good if it from the outside of theheadlights
Yes they sell restoration kits for headlights
My 1996 Grand Marquis had the same problem, if you are getting bad fuel economy, it is most likely the O2 sensor (the first one on the driver's side before the exhaust system). If you have a code for both bank one and two, then you probably need to clean or replace your mass air flow indicator.
The water will become cloudy from pollutants Ex. fish waste, overfeeding or dead plant matter...to keep your water clear keep your filters clean!
The 1990 grand marquis 5.0 has what they call an "AIC" motor. It's located on front left side of throttlebody. It has a PINCLE valve inside that gets dirty. Take it apart and clean with throttle body cleaner and disconnect the battery, wait 10 min, connect battery, start it up and let it idle for 5mins , then take it out for a brisk ride to let the CPU relearn.