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2006 Aygo sport indicators/ wipers .


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Done a few jobs on our 2006 Aygo sport today , O/S indicator not working so stripped the switch down (and that was a new switch 5 years ago !! ). Then fitted a 2009 Toyota Auris wiper switch that have variable intermittent wiper, then removed front fog lamps and cleaned lenses. 
      Had to warm up the lens with a heat gun to soften the sealer, all went to plan and pleased with the results 😎

 

 

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Those lenses cleaned up well - I take they were just oxidized or did you have 2 small fish bowls

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11 minutes ago, flash22 said:

Those lenses cleaned up well - I take they were just oxidized or did you have 2 small fish bowls

The inner lens surface was bit like when the inside of a  windscreen gets really dirty, just used t cut and they come up really well . The Lens put up quite a fight to get off....it’s just judging how warm to heat them without becoming a pile of melted plastic 😉

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The plastic should be marked, usually PP what has a 160c Melting point or PC what's around 140c

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