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    Guys,got me a fly carcass in my nearside headlamp which has been there since i bought the car two years ago.I thought it might have turned to dust by now but no.Any idea how to get this out,doesn't seem to be any obvious access.

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    Take out the one of the bulbs and adapt a thin piece of tubing onto your hoover flexible pipe, then slide into bulb hole then switch on hoover....voila...no dead fly.
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    I had one in one of my lights for years, I left it there as a sort of social experiment, but it didn't degrade at all!
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    Mine is still there as fresh as a daisy,well as good as it can look cos it's dead.Thanks to Brodster for the info but the fly is right in the corner behind the main glass and by popping out a bulb i think does not give access to this area.

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    My old Beemer having munched a rabbit. God dam wildlife lol

 

 

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