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Old 11-14-2005, 05:47   #1 (permalink)
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confused Headlight condensation

I washed my car with a pressure hose the other day and it seems that water has some how gotten into my headlight. Its on the battery side, with droplets of water on the other side of the plastic, if you can understand that, and will not evapourate. Ive tried leaving it in the sun, leaving it in the shade for a few hours but it still always there. Ive even tried using a hair dryer to blow air in the opening in front of the battery to get the air circulating but still with no luck. Does anyone know how to get rid of this problem without removing the whole headlight????

if u dont understand what i mean i can post a pic.
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