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Old 10-07-2012, 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by andrew b View Post
If you can remove a bulb and get an opening into the housing, what about rigging up a 1.5" - 2" piece of soft, flexible tubing to a vacuum and sucking the little guys out of there?

We had a rather large, incredibly ugly bug (dead) in the front of my wife's headlight unit on her Lexus - costs us $$$ to get it out. And then, the car was hit about 3 months later. Yep, front side and the whole light had to be replaced....
Good suggestion.

For the meantime, I'm watching the bug life-cycle, per Laser's observation. Maybe after I've seen they've all expired, I'll tear into the lightbulbs.
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