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This is a discussion on moisture in parking lamps within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; ive had water build up in both my parking /directional lamps leading to bulb failure and corrosion. replaced unit with ...

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    ive had water build up in both my parking /directional lamps leading to bulb failure and corrosion. replaced unit with brand new one and today noticed some condensation inside new lamp housing. has anyone had this problem? Thanks

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    Yep, most will drill holes in the bottom of the housing.
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    i used silicone to seal mine all around the housing... And if by some strange reason i needed to get in there all i would need is a razor to cut it off!!

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    oh well, i hope what i did lasts; i found a hole developed on teh top of the light housing and i put liquid weather strip adhesive on it....i also replaced both of the light harnesses. hope it works. where should i drill holes if need be? in the housing or in the harness?

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    I had to replace both lamps awhile back. They were just faded and cracked in the lenses, so water got in there every time it rained.

    I haven't done anything like it yet, but I'd say you'd want your hole at the lowest point in the lamp itself. Sizewise, I couldn't imagine needing a hole bigger'n 1/8".

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