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Old 05-10-2014, 07:43 PM   #1
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fog lights have condensation

i have a cobra bumper on my gt and it rained today and i washed my car yesterday, i noticed some condensation in the fog lights and some water in it. You guys know of any tricks to fix em?
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Pull the fogs, re-seal the edges with clear RTV let the condensation clear out. Check the O-rings on the bulbs, if the bulbs are original the O-rings might be dried out and letting in moisture.
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I shoved a tampon in the fog light let it absorb the water and good as new sealed it up again. Lol
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That works too. So would dessicant or a small sock filled with rice.

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That works too. So would dessicant or a small sock filled with rice.

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True ... Idk why I didn't think of that
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I shoved a tampon in the fog light let it absorb the water and good as new sealed it up again. Lol

That's gotta be a first lol good thinking my friend
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Same thing happened to me. Now I have to get new bulbs because mine exploded . Ill use a tampon just because I can haha. I'm kidding.
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