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RookieGTS Sep 13, 10:26pm - #274171 

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Headlight?

Any one know where I can get a right headlight or who i selling one?? Because screw going to the damn dealer. Cause they will rape me for the price. Thx!
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slidr Sep 13, 10:35pm - #274172 

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I think there was someone on eBay selling a right headlight in one auction, and the left one in another.

Might want to check there.

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RookieGTS Sep 13, 10:39pm - #274173 

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im asking because my right headlight has that stupid condensation and its really anoyying and looks like crap
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CaLiGTS Sep 13, 10:40pm - #274174 

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why do you need a right headlight?


and yeah the dealer will rape you hard up the ass


with NO LUBE

instead they will sprinkle some sand on that shit rofl

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slidr Sep 13, 10:40pm - #274175 

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Originally Posted by RookieGTS
im asking because my right headlight has that stupid condensation and its really anoyying and looks like crap
You could always reseal it yourself. But like I said, if you wanna buy one for cheap, check eBay if no one has one here.

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RookieGTS Sep 13, 10:40pm - #274176 

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read last post bro ^^^
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white_celicagts Sep 14, 3:40am - #274177 

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My Sixth Gear Sep 14, 4:10am - #274178 
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just heat all the condensation out of the headlight then reseal it and you should be good to go

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booyaolian Sep 14, 4:18am - #274179 
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let the sun dry out your right headlight.

remove it from the car and take all light bulbs out.

let it dry and reseal it all the way around the entire headlight with Automobile Goop (available @ Autozone).

pretty EASY, and it will save you lots of money.

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iggy Sep 14, 4:21am - #274180 
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I found one Toyota dealer that is fair, read my other post.

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1870228159_0_collapsed_5__1.html

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morris Sep 14, 7:30am - #274181 
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Originally Posted by booyaolian

let the sun dry out your right headlight.

remove it from the car and take all light bulbs out.

let it dry and reseal it all the way around the entire headlight with Automobile Goop (available @ Autozone).

pretty EASY, and it will save you lots of money.

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happywink If your problem is condensation try fixing it yourself. thumbsup
I got the same problem (6 months ago...), I just took off the bulbs... let it dry then, replace them back confused --make sure they're replaced the right way-- spineyes confused
After doing that I have no longer condensation problemes!! (6months+rains+wash once/week=NOcondensation) eek It looks like somebody changed a bulb and did not replace it the right way rofl rofl

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RookieGTS Sep 14, 7:26pm - #274182 

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ok, my other question is where do I seal the headlight at? and what kind of sealant do I want to buy? And how would I dry the condensation out with out waiting for the damn sunlight to dry it. Because its been 4 days since I washed my car and the stupid condensation is still all up in the damn headlight angry
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RookieGTS Sep 14, 8:26pm - #274183 

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I guess no 1 will answer my ?'s!!
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booyaolian Sep 14, 10:28pm - #274184 
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the good thing that you let the headlight dry out under the sun is that you wont have any waterspots.

if you are in a hurry or dont have any patience, use a hairdryer to get all the condensation out.

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booyaolian Sep 14, 10:34pm - #274185 
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you will know where to seal when you take your headlight off your car.

both of my headlights were open a little bit all the way around, so i reseal them with Automotive Goop (available @ Autozone).
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RookieGTS Sep 15, 12:57am - #274186 

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thank you man!! wave
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celicafourotwo Sep 15, 1:02am - #274187 

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yo, go buy some all purpose silicone..blak or white, ur choice..it's under $5 at homedepot..take all the bulbs out, take ur hairdryer and blow hot air in the bulb's hole..do that until you don't get any more condensation inside..most of celica have this problem..i fixed mine 4months ago and til this day not even a single drop of moisture in it...save ur self the money u'll have to spend on new headlight, this is as painless as washing ur car..

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