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Old 20-08-15, 09:33 AM   #1
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hi guys, after some help if poss. over the last few days a lot of condensation has built up in passenger side headlamp. are there any drain holes on the headlamp ? if so where will they be located. is there any way to get rid of the condensation without removing the headlamp ? i have a long journey to do and dont have time to remove the headlamp. thanx in advance
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Old 20-08-15, 09:55 AM   #2
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Sorry ,don't know about drain holes but you can get rid of the condensation by removing one of the bulbs (fiddly) and using a hair dryer (with the owners permission of course) blow some warm air into the headlamp via the bulb socket until the condensation has gone. Check that the sealing is sound and no cracks are visible on the headlamp as moisture is getting in somewhere.
Some Elastoplast may be needed for skinned knuckles should you decide to perform any of the above.
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Old 20-08-15, 11:17 AM   #3
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Sorry ,don't know about drain holes but you can get rid of the condensation by removing one of the bulbs (fiddly) and using a hair dryer (with the owners permission of course) blow some warm air into the headlamp via the bulb socket until the condensation has gone. Check that the sealing is sound and no cracks are visible on the headlamp as moisture is getting in somewhere.
Some Elastoplast may be needed for skinned knuckles should you decide to perform any of the above.
lols at the elastoplast, thanx mate, i was thinking of the hairdryer method but cbs taking all the bulbs out
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