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I'm not sure about your model. I have a 2012 528 (F10) which had water in a headlight a few months ago. There is a simple round cap on the top of the headlight assembly. I popped that off and stuck a blow-dryer into the hole for a couple of hours. It cleared right up. I also purchased (for around $15) a new cap, just in case that was the root cause of how the water got there. A simple solution for somebody who is not DIY when it comes to cars.
 

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I don’t think the 2006 has the same assembly. Wish it was that simple. You actually blow-dried it for 2 hours?! That’s really long. I would’ve given up after 20 minutes.
Apparently I exaggerated; it took a little over one hour. I just left the blow dryer in and checked it a few times, moving it once or twice.
 

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