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Old 09-01-2006, 06:48 PM   #1
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Angry Fogging Headlights!!

Before anything, I did do a search, but mostly it turned out of people taking their cars in, if on warranty. My issue is that I am NOT on warranty!! :)

I have a 2003 SVT and both front headlights are fogging. My old 00 sedan had the same issue. Is this something that can be taken away by disassembling the housing and cleaning it up with a product, or am I going to have to purchase 2 new housings??

Any input would be appreciated. Was is the use of having HID if the housing looksmlike crap??





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Old 09-01-2006, 09:05 PM   #2
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Yes you can fix this, there's a moisture leak somewhere. First take the headlight out and use a hairdryer to COMPLETELY dry the inside of the headlight lens out. Next put it back in and ensure the CAP is on at the back completely where you put the bulb in, so that it is sealed.

If it is still doing this afterwards, you will have to find where the leak is, reseal it. There are some threads on this. In the HOW TO ARCHIVE, I got a link for DO IT YOURSELF SVT HEADLIGHTS that explains how to reseal everything.
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