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In message <199706131203.NAA11065@mailserver.nhm.ac.uk> email@example.com (Graham Thackrah) writes:
> Yep, in my case the cause is quite obvious, a leetle hole in my headlight
> glass. A close inspection of the glass may reveal the culprit or there may
> well be another way for water vapour to enter the light round the back. Mine
> has been like this for the last two months and I was wondering if it would
> cause damage to the bulb and decrease its life. It probably will but a new
> headlight is a little too much for me at the moment. A new bulb is just
> about affordable though. Why do students buy Audis?
You can get the glass separately. Replace the gasket and clips at the same
And it's not the bulb you want to worry about - it's the auxiliary high beam
reflector that goes first.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club