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I was wondering who (and I know there are others out there) has had issues with condensation and water in there 05-09 Equinox headlights. I have an 07 and this issue has been driving me nuts for the last 6 months or more, I have even went and replaced the complete assembly on both sides and guess what one of them started to get condensation in it after only a month, what is going on with the design of these headlights, very poor imo. I am now in the process of trying to seal up the lights as best I can with silicone and crazy glue, even sealing the bulbs once they are in. So what I was wondering is, does anyone else know of a specific spot in the unit where it may be getting air in and a good way to seal them up so this does not continue. Any help would be great..
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