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I got the idea to clear my headlights about a week ago when i had seen it on here. Well i did the passenger side first and everything went well, same with the drivers side. Looked today and i noticed a little fogging on the bottom corner of the passenger headlight now. Drivers side is just fine still.
Anything i can do to get rid of the fogging?
If i leave it, will it completely fog the rest of the headlight?
Or am i better off just buying a new set of lights off eBay now?


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i am curious also!
 

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It is moisture fogging, and yes i cleared them in the oven. I can get a picture if needed, but its only my passenger headlight thats fogging a little bit, but would like to fix this though.

I was thinking of just getting new headlights anyhow, being i now have clear headlights, and black (VHT Tinted) Marker lights, should i get a new set of clear headlights, or should i get a set of smoked headlights?
 

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I heard the only way to get them to unfog is remove the bulb and let them dry. If you get them dry then maybe some clear rtv sealant around the edges?



 

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Yeah it probly melted the glue that holds the 2 parts together and could have separated a bit somewhere on the edges. Or bad seal to bulb where it seals to the light. I had some cheap taillights on my old truck and I had to take em off and let em dry after the car wash if I didn't want em to be foggy.
 
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