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    misting in light cluster

    my rear cluster had about an inch of water in it, which misted the whole cluster up, its taken me ages to find the prob but, ive got a tiny hole at the back of it, drained most of the water out but theres stil a bit of mist and water, how can i sort this out?

    Should i put the light in cold or hot area?

    help

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    how old is your car?? they all have a hole in them but you sould seal the hole up with a sealent same stuff your use in barthroom ? dry it in the house or buy a new set tinted for £70 ??

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    If you seal it while there is condensation in it, it will never come out. It has nowhere to evaporate to.

    You have to clear the hole, get it dry again and then seal it.

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