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Fog Light

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by 1S1K, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. 1S1K

    1S1K Rockstar 100 Posts

    Opps!

    So i was checking out what the 5202 buls looked like a while ago. I now have gotten water or condinsation inside the fog light.

    I was able to remove the bulb and the fog light housing from the truck. any good ways of removing the condensation from the housing.... i have a hairdryer on cool right now and seems to be working slow...

    they are funny little bulbs. any good replacement bulbs yet? putco? ion yellow i'm thinking besides the led ones for 75 bucks ouch...
  2. Padre

    Padre Rockstar

    You can put some rice and calcium chloride (salt) in a nylon stocking toe and put it in the housing, this should draw out any residual water that is in there. Make sure you tie off the stocking really good though, otherwise you'll have quite a mess on your hands.

    The LED bulbs will last you a lot longer and they run very cool.

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