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Water inside Peugeot 206 rear light clusters

As these are supposed to be sealed - how do I remove the water or prevent it happening again ?

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  • jillbri Feb 07, 2009

    I have just had a brand new sealed unit fitted and still there is water inside the unit !!!

  • merlemad Mar 07, 2009

    exactly the same problem it keeps causing corrosion and light failure, any ideas on how to rectify it would be appreciated.

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Don`t worry this will hold no problems happen in alot of cars and will eventually find it`s own way out or evaporate in the heat, then it will become misty then go away.

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