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I had this problem and eventually ended up buying a new lens from the dealership and installing it myself. It's not difficult to replace, just make sure you don't get the bulb assembly cattywompus (or if you have to, know how to re-aim your headlights). I recently saw a scratch-removal kit for eyeglasses on TV; they used steel wool and the scratches "magically" came out. The repair kit I bought didn't work anywhere near that well. As mentioned above, it might also be condensation in the lamp assembly; bathtub caulk works just fine to fix that, BTW.
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