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  1. Thank you. I do have the bi-xenon lights and was going to use one of the protective clear covers until I read the warning in the manual.
  2. Just got a 2006 997 C2S and read in the manual that you shoud not put any protective covering over the headlights because they could overheat. Has anybody had experience with any of the clear protective coverings on the headlight lens. I was told that stone chips in the lens are 'no big deal' since the lens can be replaced without replacing the whole headlight unit. Is this correct? Thank you. Bob
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