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Condensation in front headlight? FIXED!!
Idx86Long days and pleasant nights.Registered Userregular
So I've had condensation in my driver's side headlight for the last several months. I thought it would clear up "naturally" but that hasn't been the case (boy, how many times in the history of the world has someone said THAT?)
Anyway, now the headlight is burned out and I need to fix that. I'm fairly confident I can replace the bulb myself, but my concern is that the condensation in there will either a.) shorten the life of the bulb substantially or b.) short it out right away. I think there is a bad seal somewhere that is letting the condensation form.
My question is this: Has anyone had any experience cleaning out condensation and fixing this on their own? I found one suggestion (i think) via Google but had no idea what they were asking me to do, or how to do it so I'm looking for someone who has done this before.
Edit: Sorry, this is a 2000 Ford Taurus.
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