Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, Lot of Moisture in Driver Headlight Assembly in Cadillac V-Series Forums; I wiggled and wiggled and it would not budge! I gave up and wiped and bled dried what I could ...
- 03-08-13 05:31 PM #31Cadillac Owners Member
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I wiggled and wiggled and it would not budge! I gave up and wiped and bled dried what I could reach. Sealed the edges and covers with silicone. I really planned on baking it taking it apart, cleaning the inside with the distilled vodka (which I will be drinking shortly due to this darn plug) and re-seal everything. So I'll see if it did the trick in a few days.
- 11-01-14 01:09 PM #32Cadillac Owners Member
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Re: Lot of Moisture in Driver Headlight Assembly
Yeah I have this same problem currently. Nothing says high end car like two fogged up lenses.
Not interested in spending 2K just so my headlights work as expected, will probably drill a drain hole at bottom and a vent at the top. My driver's light has what looks to be a 1" of water in it currently. Never had this happen before and have not replaced bulbs or anything recently. Would also suspect bad seal. My previous GM vehicles also had similar issues like this. I didn't realize it was that hard to have sealed lamps.
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