: sealing fog lenses?



Povich
07-10-09, 07:13 PM
One of my fog lenses came off and both previously leaked so I removed both cleaned well and now want to replace them! Any suggestions on what to use that will last and seal well? I have a tube of rtv super silicone sealant! Think that will work? Dont want them flying off on highway when Im doin 90!:eek:

sfv41901
07-10-09, 09:05 PM
I've use the RTV gasket sealer from any auto parts store to reseal my lights. Never had any problems.

david97ss
07-11-09, 11:03 PM
I had one fall off the other day(sucks). Did you buy new ones? OR should get some off of ebay or just cut a piece of plastic and glue it on?

sfv41901
07-12-09, 01:53 AM
I've sealed up lights that I have opened to do HID retros on.

Ifyou fog lights have been leaking, (water inside) the chrome finish inside is probgone. Just buy a newset & call it a day.

Povich
07-12-09, 09:14 AM
Mine were leaking but still intact! Was washing other day and when I sprayed driver fog noticed lens moving! I reached down to touch it and fell right off so I got lucky! I just glued them back on with the RTV silicone and seem to be a ok so far!

easter9053
07-12-09, 10:11 PM
My lense are both gone. Where do I find more?

sfv41901
07-13-09, 03:11 AM
Not sure if you can buy replacement lens. Best bet would just buy another set of lights.

nathanjax
07-13-09, 05:17 AM
I just bought a pair for $91 shipped from eBay. Drivers side fell off. Figured instead of having one new one and one 5 yrs old, I just get a new set...

nathanjax
07-16-09, 01:57 PM
Just received mine new ones yesterday. Install took 5 minutes per side. They were TYC replacements, but look feel, act just like factory.

sfv41901
07-16-09, 07:34 PM
Pics???

sk7
07-20-09, 08:12 AM
I was missing a lens off one of my fog lights. Cut a piece of plexiglass, glued it on with clear window silicone, cheap fix and works great. Replacement lens are available one fleabay. I heard good comments on the TYC repro sets, sure beats paying OEM prices!