Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
The 2 inside rear tail lights are full of water and I cannot find where it is coming from, need help
I had the same problem a few years ago with an 86 Volvo. I replaced the tail light assemblies but over time water was getting inside the lens again. My solution to the problem was to remove the tail light assemblies and drill a small hole (about 3/16") on the bottom of each compartment of the lens (if the tail light is sectioned off) and a 1/16" vent hole in the top or side area where it can't be seen. It worked for me and it didn't cost a dime. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 05, 2009
You need to either replace the lenses (cracked or otherwise have holes in them) or the gaskets behind them. I would first try (if the lenses seem ok) coating the gaskets with a thin coating of silicone... Hope this helps...;-)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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