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Jay
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any body else with headlights from maketoautotrends.com have this problem, is there any thing i can do or should i just buy some new ones?
 

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no probs with mine. if any thing check the seals for the ligh bulbs and ry them out well and re-install. also a good idea to seal the lights with epoxy. the stuff at your local Home Despot for glass/ceramics(3M??) will work well, usa a popsicle stick to work it into the seams.
 

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yeah man i got mine from pro car parts.com and need to seal mine just haven't gotten arround to it yet...lol.. I need to fix mine but to lazy ..lol
 

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suffolk_mopar said:
all i did for the condensation was drill 2 relief holes to create a vent in the corners on the front side. haven`t had a problem since.
that sometimes doesnt work.... but worth a try
 

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Like said above, just drill a couple small holes in the bottom. That will take care of it.
 

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I've tried many things to take care of condensation, and NOTHING works. I've sealed them, TWICE. I drilled holes in them, and they still condensate. I even get mud and water in them when offroading, they are just shitty headlights.
 
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