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Water in Headlamp


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08-29-04, 12:45 PM   #1  
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Water in Headlamp

I have a 1990 Toyota Corolla. Looks like before I bought it, a bb shot a small hole through driver headlight. There is an accumulation of water and bulb doesn't work as result. My question is, how do I drain out the water so, a new bulb will work? Thanks for some tried and true advice.

 
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08-29-04, 07:05 PM   #2  
the correct way to fix it would be just to replace the headlamp housing that has a hole in it and then install a new bulb.
an alternative would be that you could remove the headlamp housing and drain and dry it out through bulb opening and seal up the hole with clear epoxy or silicone.

 
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