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bms
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bms Jun 12, 4:58pm - #446686 
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Moisture in Headlights. please help

When I replaced the bulbs for my headlights; after about a week, moisture started to build up in my headlights. How do I get rid of the moisture, and How do I keep it from coming back again?
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CID498 Jun 12, 6:11pm - #446687 

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Did they not leak before? I'm guessing no. Double check the rubber boot that seals the area the bulbs go into, to get the moisture out pull the bulbs out and leave the car in the sun for a while or if your in a hurry pull the parking light bulb out and run a hair dryer in the hole.

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TRDCelicaGT Jun 14, 3:56am - #446688 
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I had moisture in mine... I just bought new ones, didn't want to re-seal but I would do it if you can a lot cheaper.
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