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    Hi,
    I have noticed ive had condensation in my passenger side fog light. I was wondering how i would go about removing the fog light to solve the problem.

    Cheers.

    Mark

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    On the pre-face (I assume it's the same on the facelift) it's simple, remove the bumper (five minute job), two or three long bolts hold the entire fog light to the bumper.
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    was told by another member on here that the main cause of condensation in the passenger fog light is thru over filling the washerbottle. it leaks out around the joint where the spout meets the bottle and dribbles on ya fog light and works its way in. was more carefull from then on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collis View Post
    Hi,
    I have noticed ive had condensation in my passenger side fog light. I was wondering how i would go about removing the fog light to solve the problem.

    Cheers.

    Mark
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