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Headlight moisture blowing bulbs, how do i stop it?

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You have to replace the assembly, the plactic outside heats and expands differently from the rear of the unit...Some guys have resealed them, but best to replace them. The cost in unfriendly, but the switch out is ususally very easy.

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