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Hi all. After changing my headlight bulbs, I replaced both covers and walked away happy. I have now noticed that both lights have severe condensation - enough to distort the light beam. I'm assuming the changing of the bulbs in the wet weather has caused this. Is there a cure? They were previously watertight....
 

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take the covers back off and put the lights on full. the heat should get rid of the moisture. then put the covers back.
 

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what a great service. Ill try that. When the rain eases off, I'll remove the covers and drive with them off as well.... Will there be enough room for the moisture to escape?
 

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yes, both back on tight....
Ran the car twice at idle, for an hour each time, covers off, bonnet closed to generate maximum heat. Lights were clear whilst hot, but some condensation has come back now they've cooled. I can see that it might be a problem which the Summer can solve. Disappointed really, because I've never experienced condensation on any other car, however long I've taken to change the bulb!!
I do appreciate the advice though :thumb:
 
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