Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
There is a leak in thecasing of the lense that allows moist air to get trapped in there and cause fog when the cold/hot air combines. you can ue some silicone o seal up any potential leak spots or get new lenses. if the foggyness is from the outside try a medium grit rubbing compound on the lights with a cloth and alot of elbow grease, unless you have a bufer.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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