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Anyone else having this issue with your headlights? Mine has gotten so bad that it is not much difference in lighting when high beam is turned on. Use to be crystal clear with good beam. Now just scatters it in the trees. Is there a way to clean inside the lens? Bike has 28,300 miles. Daymaker headlights.
 

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Anyone else having this issue with your headlights? Mine has gotten so bad that it is not much difference in lighting when high beam is turned on. Use to be crystal clear with good beam. Now just scatters it in the trees. Is there a way to clean inside the lens? Bike has 28,300 miles. Daymaker headlights.
Take the headlight off , pore some windex in it, shake it around and pour it out.....clean . :thumb
 

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It's the hot bulbs combined with condensation that leaves the film.
Hemostat with cotton swabs soaked in Windex cleans them up.
 

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Had a similar problem on my 14 Limited. Looked like moisture in the inside of the lens, dealer changed under warrantee.
 

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If it's a sealed beam the cleaning method won't work. Gotta be able to remove the bulbs to get inside with the hemostat / cotton balls.
 
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