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    Veteran Member Two Rings 0000_a4's Avatar
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    We had a nasty storm here in Chicago last week and I went through a deep water street. Engine is doing fine except the interior got wet. Insurance is covering the interior but not my one piece euro headlights from Awe. Does anyone know how to do a reseal on the 1piece headlights? I was able to dry them out but condensation keeps coming back.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings SeanF's Avatar
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    i wouldnt bother resealing them, but what i would do, is find the highest proof rubbing alcohol, like 90% or hopefully something like 99, get a couple bottles of it, and rinse them out with that really well and leave them open for a while, sitting either outside in the sun or something...
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    Veteran Member Four Rings iowaboostin's Avatar
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    The hairdryer/sun to get the condensation out then silicone to reseal always worked for me.



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