Originally Posted by Rogue
For those that have done this, any condensation or fogging problems on the inside the headlights?
I did have so fogging in the passenger side headlight.
I took both lights out tuesday and notice that the fog
came from a crack in the plastic on the top of the housing
of the light. When I took it apart a small amount of
water came out. Dried everything up cleaned the lens.
and crazy glued the cracked plastic and resealed. Since
it was cold out and warm in the apartment it fogged up
at first but is fine now. Didn't have to do anything to the
driver side light.
But did you know that with the headlights out you can get to
the fog lights without going under the car and removing
that plastic panel? But I think that will only work on SE'* due
to the fogs being on the outer edge. Just an FYI
So Fresh & So Clean, aka Chi-Town Bonne. 2000 SE:
Tint, Dual exhast, Pioneer 6x9 speakers, Kenwood 10 disc changer, Cleared Front Signal lights, Red Signal Side Mirror Lights, Painted Bright red caliphers,18" Zenetti Five Chrome wheels w/ 235 50 18 BF Goodwrench G Force tires, and a DEI 2 way Remote start & alarm.