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Old 05-21-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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Guys I have tried my best to seal these damn foglights but every time it rains WATER GETS IN. I have thrown silicone all over it but cannot figure this out. SOMEONE HELP
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Were they damaged? Idk why silicone wouldn't work.
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Old 05-21-2013, 03:57 PM   #3
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Were they damaged? Idk why silicone wouldn't work.
They are brand new cobra fogs!
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They are brand new cobra fogs!
Id contact the place you bought them if you did recently.
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Id contact the place you bought them if you did recently.
I bought them from American muscle a couple months ago
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I bought them from American muscle a couple months ago
Try shooting one of the am guys a pm they'll help
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Buy stock ford fog lights. End of story. Every aftermarket light also leaks and fog up and hold moisture.
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Old 05-21-2013, 04:06 PM   #8
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Try shooting one of the am guys a pm they'll help
Yea I just did. Whenever I twist the knob thing on the lights only half of the light closes. Would that have anything to do with it? It's done that the whole time
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Doe_Rae_mi,

Send me a PM with your order number! I'll get you setup with a new set. Also, make sure you use sealant on the new set right away. The reason the sealant is not working now is because the moisture already go into the light housings.

Either way, I'll get you taken care of!

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Send me a PM with your order number! I'll get you setup with a new set. Also, make sure you use sealant on the new set right away. The reason the sealant is not working now is because the moisture already go into the light housings.

Either way, I'll get you taken care of!

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Thank you!
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Doe_Rae_mi,

To answer your PM question..

Yes, you can wait for the new Fog lights to arrive and then ship the defective pair back in the same box. This will make things a lot easier!

Give me a shout if you need anything else!

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Old 05-23-2013, 05:41 PM   #12
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Another OEM fog that works well is out of the GMC Envoy. Well at least on the SN95 Cobra it does, not sure how much room the termie foglight hole has but might be worth looking into.



Completely fills up the fog openings.
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Doe_Rae_mi,

To answer your PM question..

Yes, you can wait for the new Fog lights to arrive and then ship the defective pair back in the same box. This will make things a lot easier!

Give me a shout if you need anything else!

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Thank you for all the help! Didnt expect to get the help I was givin
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AM has had really good customer service for me too. Also unlike some companies if they find something on their website that is not right they fix it... LMR is really good with that too.
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