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Dave567

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    Vauxhall Insignia Elite
  1. Hi I had the same problem. Getting rid of the moisture isnt hard, have a scan on youtube and they show you how to do it. I took the light unit out of the car. This is not as scary as you may think and you can do it. I have done it ten times now and can do it with my eyes closed. Get light out, take out bulbs. Plug the light bulb holes with cloth. leave the cornering light hole open and blast air down the hole with the hairdryer. The moisture will disappear. Then get some clear mastic and reseal the clear lense to the plastic to stop moisture getting back in. Whilst you have lights off uns
  2. I agree, great cars and super comfortable. I have a car with the same milage and apart from things that I have fixed myself its been a great car. A few blind spots on the car design when reversing and looking over your shoulders. Everyone who was a passenger said how comfortable the journey was. Its also got a massive boot and with the seats down I have moved so much stuff. I had mine remapped to 190 Bhp and it made the car a real pleasure to drive. Its not sporty, its a comfortable tourer and a very practical family car. You will miss it I am sure
  3. Hi gents, I am on here seeking some advice if you can. I have a Vauxhall Insignia hatchback, 2.0 diesel 160Bhp, 2011, Elite. I have the headlights with the DRL (Daylight Running Lights) and the cornering lights inside the same headlamp. I also have the Bi Xenon set up in the headlamp unit. A month ago I noticed the lenses were both effected by condensation inside the lenses. I researched YouTube and decided to have a go at removing the condensation. New lights are £1300 each plus £300 each for a ballast. Thats £3200 plus fitting!! The car is worth £2500. I love this car and have had
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