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vondutchguy
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vondutchguy Oct 4, 4:21am - #291160 

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headlight moisture

the seal on my right headlight is bad and it let moisture into the headlight, i'm going to open it up and clean it out because it looks foggy and yellow inside. i was just wondering what i should use to clean in the inside of it. and the outside too, i remember reading a post about taking scratches of the head light and making everything look clearer. thanks.
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Chris1091
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Chris1091 Oct 4, 5:55am - #291161 
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On the inside clean it with a gentle towel. Use silicon to reseal the edges of the headlight.

If you read in a previous post about that to do, then why did you make a new one?

You guys know nothing.
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vondutchguy
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vondutchguy Oct 5, 10:49pm - #291162 

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because when i read it, it was 3 months ago and i didnt have that problem. now i cant find the thread so i asked again. why would you waste your time asking a dumb question. if you feel is too much of a bother to answer then dont
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RookieGTS Oct 5, 11:36pm - #291163 

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hahah^^^
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hephaestus
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hephaestus Oct 6, 12:03am - #291164 
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Originally Posted by vondutchguy
because when i read it, it was 3 months ago and i didnt have that problem. now i cant find the thread so i asked again. why would you waste your time asking a dumb question. if you feel is too much of a bother to answer then dont

You tell him. I would like to know also. Just for shits and giggles and also maybe it's about time I fix my headlights.
I think I might try an alcohol swab pad sold at local car washes for .50 to clean the inside of the lights. Not sure about the best stuff to take the scratches off though.
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booyaolian Oct 6, 1:37am - #291165 
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your headlights look yellow?

use Turtle Scratch Remover. it comes in a bottle and available @ any autozone...walmart...

clean the outside with Turtle scratch remover. that is all you need!

i dont think the inside of your headlights is dirty at all.
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xxmonkeyboixx Oct 6, 7:26am - #291166 

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here is the old link bout this...i went to autozone a while back and took a pic of it...

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...#Post1870005942

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