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Why are the low beams so dim on a 95 Mark VIII?


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Answered 2006-12-06 15:15:29

If your lenses are cloudy looking, basically the only thing to do is rubbing compound and elbow grease and you will be able to get them pretty clear but that is about the only thing unless you can get the 96 LSC lights but they are pretty rare and the bulbs are almost impossible to find plus the price will be through the ceiling.

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