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BLaH_ZR
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BLaH_ZR Oct 10, 10:37am - #296427 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica ZR
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2000 Toyota Celica ZR

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Sydney, NSW
Headlights

hey do you guys no how i can get water out of my headlights??
i dunno how the water got in there .. but i cant get it out... ehaheah
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xxmonkeyboixx
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xxmonkeyboixx Oct 10, 11:55am - #296428 

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basically your gonna have to take ur headlights apart and use some kind of liquid to clean the inside with...here's a link to the antifog

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

look for my post, i included some pix of how it looks like...after applying it you need to buy some kind of silicone to seal it back.

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xxmonkeyboixx
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xxmonkeyboixx Oct 10, 12:02pm - #296429 

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^^^---damn it...wtf is wrong with my comp??? took me a while to copy and paste that link in here. for some reason it would paste some long as $h!T. Could it be a virus???

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SmutasticGT
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SmutasticGT Oct 10, 4:22pm - #296430 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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I took my entire headlight housing out, took all the bulbs out and blowdried the water out, didnt have to take about the housing, but I reinforced the seal with silicone sealer
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celicadragon
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celicadragon Oct 11, 3:23pm - #296431 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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thats a good idea sumatsticgt

respect the gt-s
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Quick_SX
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Quick_SX Oct 12, 3:12am - #296432 
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Australia, Sydney
Yep, I just waited til the hottest day on record and went for a long cruise. Water just evaporated out - no probs since. I wouldn't recommend blowdrying - the water will fall to the bottom of the lights leaving streaks and will sit in the seal - might grow something in you lights thumbsup
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