Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
Hi, the headlights are letting in moisture best thing to do if you can get to the rear of the lights dry them off as best you can and try and find where tyhe moisture is coming in, then get a hair dryer and dry them out. leaving the headlights on will dry them out aswell but will take a little longer. they will keep doing this unless you find where the moisture is coming in.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Open the hood and remove the electrical plug from the back of the fog light ballast below the headlight assembly.
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