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    hi people, hello to you all
    i have a vectra c sri. i have a problem with my n/s headlight getting condensation in it. anybody know of a cure? or anybody selling a used unit
    cheers

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    check the covers are on correctly on the rear of the lamp unit.. they will let in moisture if not properly seated..

    no other cracks in the case??



    Welcome to the site and i hope you enjoy your time here..

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    can not find any cracks, but will check on the rear covers again

    cheers

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    no probs,

    the misting is only down to the ingress of moisture from the outside of the lamp...

    Filled the screenwash and spilt some on the lamp housing?? or something like that??

    the moisture only has a few possible entry points so you've just got to hunt for it..

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    i've developed this problem after fitting xexons a while back. i have resealed the lights with the bung correctly but i think that the moisture is stuck in it, i have tried the silica gel bags and drying inside with a hairdryer but it doesn't do jacko and it's back again within a few hours. i think i'm going to have to remove both headlights and completely dry them out as i'm sure it's just what is trapped in there somewhere causing this.

    i drilled a hole in my old vectra headlights to stop this, i might revert back to that again if needed.

    cheers

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