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My passenger side Headlight Lense has moisture inside.

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Somewhere on the lense or on the bakside of it has been compromised,theres probably a small rock chip in front or crack of some sort.sometimes the seal between lense an bakside housing itself leaks.only fix for this type of complaint is to replace lense w a new or used one

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