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Re: Moisture in Headlight (97GLTbrick)

I just went through this whole process for the past two days. If no spontaneous keggers/parties occur, you should be able to knock this out in an afternoon including drying time.

lol my car was down for two days... due to a headlight fix that should have taken no more than a couple of hours


and just wait... i bet you next time it rains... i'll be seeing water droplets on the inside of the headlight...
 

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Re: Moisture in Headlight (Gonbad)

get the water out ASAP. If, in VNA'a sole opinion, moisture causes the Xenon to fail you will be out anywhere from $1,100. to $1,500. That is NOT a typo. They will not cover it under warranty. I called VNA and they stuck it [in my ear].
 

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Re: Moisture in Headlight (97GLTbrick)

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We usual replaced them at the dealer if the light has no cracks in it
just remove inner-caps (only the ones from high-beams) drive around when dry and switched on headlights. when fixed by this drill a hole in cap removed and place it back ... never problem again.
 

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^^^ yeah i did not mention that becasue being an 06 it should be vented from the factory but it may not be they started venting the caps in 2005
 
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