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    targetSTS is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: water stuck in trunklid or spoiler

    yeah forgot about these)

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    Re: water stuck in trunklid or spoiler

    I got the lights today. Just to clarify it didn't take ridiculously long to get here. I got a slip from the post office at my house on Thursday the 13th. Between then and now I've been back and forth with the post office trying to find the package which apparently was at my local post office the whole time. When I first went there they apparently couldn't find it. I'll install them hopefully this weekend and post pictures when I'm done. Hopefully this will resolve the water in the trunklid issue while cleaning up the look of my car. Speaking of the look, the lights themselves have a pretty stock, (non ricer) look to them. Also with my current reverse lights, I have water inside the lens on one of them and even on a dry sunny day, you can see a difference in color of the lens. One of them is yellower than the other, the same one that leaks.
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    Re: water stuck in trunklid or spoiler

    The lens is a lot more fluted than I first thought and hides the LED nicely. I thought I had seen a set in the past that were much more clear and looked cheap. I like the way these look!
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    Guy.Seminerio is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: water stuck in trunklid or spoiler

    My thoughts exactly. That distortion on the lens due to the inside of the lens being wavy and having some sort of pattern (like headlights back in the day), as opposed to being perfectly clear like the headlights for example, gives it a stock, classy and not cheap look.

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    Guy.Seminerio is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: water stuck in trunklid or spoiler

    Finally got it done between weekends away and all kinds of other crap. By the way, completely didn't see tough guy hanging out on his balcony until I reviewed the pics on my computer. Looks very good and the quality of the LEDs reminds me of the LED reverse lights on DTS and CTS. Now to see if this solves my water in trunklid problem although I have a feeling it won't. We'll see. Either way, it's a good look and one of my previous ones was leaking, giving it a slightly yellower look so I'm happy now.
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