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    ive just changed the standard ones to the sri ones (black inserts) and it looks brill but when its me theres always a problem lol the n/s front always condenses up after ive turned the lights off and they cool down why could this be?? ive read the forum but all i can find is after people wash the cars or jet wash then they mist up but mine do them after i turn the lights off they are ok during the day lol ...sorry for the long post but if anyone can help its you guys lol ..

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    Take the bulbs out and blow through with a hairdryer, to dry them out properly.

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    so take the h7 out and put the hairdryer infront of the lens and keep it there for how long ? thanks mate

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    Take as many bulbs out as you can and blow into the headlight through the bulb ole, it will dry the water out and back out trough one of the other bulb holes.

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    Bums, sorry about my typing, give it about 5 minutes.

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    ok thank you mate

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    Mine does this, just take the back cap off the back (wat you remove to insert bulbs) and let it air out... no need to remove bulbs and have a hair dryer outside. Unless ur in a big rush! Just take the cap off and it will be gone over nite. Or it is when i do it.

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    Put a couple of silica gel sachets inside the black covers, that works aswell!!

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    They will steam up if they're not sealed. You must refit the big rubber caps on the back of the headlight units. If those are missing or have holes in, you're fighting a losing battle...

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