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Old 07-20-2009, 11:32 PM   #1
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Moisture in the head light.

My left head light has moisture in it. Does anyone have any idea how to keep it out?
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Re: Moisture in the head light.

you can try drying it out and siliconing where the lense attaches. you're honestly better off buying new ones though. it sucks but....just the way it is
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Re: Moisture in the head light.

Thanks for the help and advice.
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Re: Moisture in the head light.

they are on ebay but make sure you buy oem~ the newer ones are ok, since yours is a 99 its a nice time to update to 01-04 style headlights
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Re: Moisture in the head light.

You should also check and make sure the bulb is seated properly and the gasket around it is sealing, before buying new housings.
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Re: Moisture in the head light.

Could always give this a try How To Fix Your Headlights If They Are Condensating
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