Condensation in fog lights

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    Condensation in fog lights

    Hello all

    i have condensation in the fog lights is there a way to get rid of it?
    Any things i can try myself?

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    Re: Condensation in fog lights

    Remove the fog light assembly, wash it out with water and a drop of dish detergent, rinse with distilled water (no water spots), dry with a warm blower hose in the socket hole. Check for light bulb socket seal cracks.

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    I've also had excellent rinsing/drying results using a mixture of distilled water and denatured alcohol.
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