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Just joined the forum so I thought an introductory hello is appropriate. I hope you are all enjoying your SLK as much as I am. I have owned mine since 1st July and the only problem I have is a persistent condensation in the headlights. If anyone has a solution I would be very grateful.
 

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Welcome from California.

From Gabus (Da R170 Man):

Clearing fogged headlamps and/or fog lamps.
1. Drive the car into the workshop and connect the exhaust extractor. In dry weather, this can also be performed outside.
2. Start the engine and switch on the low beam + high beam, front fog lamps and hazard warning lamps.
3. Leave the vehicle in this state for 20 minutes.
4. Switch off all lights and the engine.
5. If the headlamps and/or fog lamps are completely clear, the observed fogging or water is normal. If not, the headlamp or fog lamp is not functioning correctly and should be replaced.
 
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