Condensation in headlights

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Jeff123
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Re: Condensation in headlights

Post by Jeff123 » Tue Mar 30, 2021 9:28 pm

Wastegate84 wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 8:04 pm
I hope 1 is a joke...

I wouldn't do 2 either as they are plastic not glass.

In fact I would head straight back inside, put your feet up and grab a beer. As long as the vent isn't blocked up the moisture will soon disappear.
Point ! is no joke - I meant the "dipped" headlights if that was not clear.

Point 2 is also no joke. I am not talking about a flame-thrower, just a hairdryer on modest heat for a couple of minutes. I got both tips off another forum in the past and the second tip has worked for me on at least two occasions.

I am only trying to help the OP.
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Re: Condensation in headlights

Post by 147daytona » Tue Mar 30, 2021 9:33 pm

re Point 1, sorry but you did originally say main beam.
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