: Ugghhhh reverse light lens



lollygagger8
07-12-13, 03:02 PM
http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q16/n2havnfun2/Condensation_zpsde605040.jpg (http://s132.photobucket.com/user/n2havnfun2/media/Condensation_zpsde605040.jpg.html)

I'm certain I'm not the only one with this condensation problem.

What's the fix? Get a new one, or take it apart and reglue it? This has been like this for years, but finally on my last nerve.

carlson_mn
07-12-13, 03:08 PM
A cheap fix to headlights like that is to drill a small hole in the bottom for water to escape and another elsewhere (for more airflow) to allow the condensation to evaporate.

barrok69
07-13-13, 05:13 PM
My car also had water in there when I bought it used. I took the rear light/license plate assembly off the car. Took an Air chuck and blasted all the water droplets out. Dried it with a rag in the spots all the water ran to and cleaned the lens also, then made sure the bulb base had a good seal (also upgraded to High intensity LED backup lights from "Precision LED" at the same time). I haven't got any water in it since and I hand wash my car frequently.

lollygagger8
07-15-13, 11:12 AM
Ok cool.....remove, blow, reseal. Thanks!