Question about Jaguar XJ8
If you know how to remove the headlight assembly, this is what you need to do first.
Make sure all dust covers are in place on the back of the head light assembly and all drainage tubes are facing down towards the ground.
Go to the auto parts store and buy clear silicone RTV caulk.
Then seal any cracks on the back of the light housing, and make sure to fill the connection between the clear lens and the rest of the housing. Normally there is a gasket in there but odds are yours is bad or corroded.
Take a quick peek at this video. It does not directly apply to your make or model or even your problem, but it does clearly give you an idea of what I am talking about.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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