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  1. My lens covers had pretty bad damage from the Aussie sun, so I did this as a part of a headlight restoration project. Polishing was not really an option, as there were deep cracks from the damage. Short story: Order new lens covers from http://www.headlight-headlamp.com/Porsche-Cayenne-Headlight-Lens-Cover-Cracked-Foggy-Headlamp-Plastic-Covers-Lenses-Scratched-Replacement.html Take out headlight assembly from car Cut out old lens covers from assembly. This took about 1,000,000hours, because the glue is very difficult to remove Remove "Reflectors" (they are not really reflectors, just painted matte silver). Paint reflectors with matte black Plasti Dip spray can Reinstall reflectors Glue new lens covers to headlight assembly with windshield adhesive. Reinstall headlight assembly I was expecting to fail and have to buy new assemblies, but they turned out awesome. Brings the look of the car forward 5 years. Point 3 was the painful one.

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