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    Default Moisture in headlight

    I have an 04 silverado with stock front headlights, and in the driver side turnsignal there's condensation build up. wondering if anyone knew how to take it apart to get the moisuter out, without breaking the seals and plastics, and then i would put it back to gethere and seal it up.
    anything?

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    You can put a pin size hole in the rear of the housing to help get the moisture out, or just twist the bulb out and let it evaporate on its own then reinstall the bulb on a cool day.
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    alright thanks i'll give that a try

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