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This is a discussion on Soggy front lights within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; My turn signals stopped working again. I pulled both front lights and they were both dripping with water. I cleaned ...

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    Soggy front lights

    My turn signals stopped working again. I pulled both front lights and they were both dripping with water. I cleaned and dried them, put new bulbs in, and coated the socket around the bulb and wires with grease, Im thinking that ought to fix them.

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    had a 02 ta and both lights were cracked down the middle of the lens so i did the same thing you did and put clear silicone on the cracks.

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    One of my fog lights has gone out and when i turn them on my Passenger side DRL changes to a lighter, more yellow color then the amber driver one. Also im pretty sure their are no cracks in my fog lights but not 100%. Any imput would be appreciated

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    OOOPS forgot to ask the question. LOL. Should i only have to replace the fog lights and silicone around it or perhaps is this a sgn that one of my DRL sockets is bad? Now any imput would be appreciated

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    i would see if there is any corrosion on the socket. if its bad you could pick up a socket at autozone for about 8 bucks

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    i just replaced a bulb in one of mine. the front of the housing had a crack in it that you couldnt notice untill you take it out. so until i buy news ones i sealed it with silicone along with another crack i found on top of the housing. if your the new bulbs go out too then take the whole housing out and look for cracks. it will most likely have them. the age of these cars along with heat/cold cycling makes these housings brittle and easy to crack

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    did you check this out?
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