Ive had them on mine for over 18months after buying a set of Anni headlights brand new. They are a swine to keep clean as you have to remove them to clean behind them, but they have saved my lights no end.. Think they cost me £26 from the stealers when i bought them. came with clips the lot.
Tip for when you fit them is put some vasaline on the rubber things that touch your headlight glass.. Because the lights get hot too touch, they parish the rubber and sometimes (if left on for extended periods) can stick to the light. The vasaline helps stop that and easier to remove.. Downside is... the protector does and has moved slightly. No biggy...
hi there, just a quick question. i have these protectors on my golf and are really grotty behind and i want to clean them, how do you get them off? do you have to take the light out or is it a lot simpler than that?
You just need to unhook the protector off the metal clip and take it off.. Just be careful not to loose the clip into the depths of the engine bay.. Done that all too often and have to take the belly pan off!!!
I'm on my second set of the oem ones, got both of first set trashed in a single journey so would have cost a fortune to replace my Anni lights. Well worth the £30 or so from the stealers. Need to remove them when you wash the car as they trap loads of road dirt.
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