Originally Posted by zecc81
In the tail lights of my 92 there is quite a build up of moisture. Can someone give me some instruction on how to remove and clean these because I'm not sure where to start. Any help is appreciated.
Moisture in the taillight is a real bear to clear out. You have two options. 1) pull the tail light from the car, bring it indoors, use a hair dryer and blow it into the housing to dry it up. 2) bake the taillight in the oven or use a heat gun, pull the back from the lens, wipe it down and then reseal it.
Make certain to tun a good bead of clear silicone around the joints of the back and lens cover when you get them dried out, otherwise you will be back doing it again.
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