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Old 05-18-2013, 11:30 AM
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Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Calgary, AB, CA
Age: 30
Posts: 16,989
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Vehicle: 2009 Blown 349 Hemi
Trim Level: Sport - Modified
Color: Brilliant Black/Snake Skin Green
Engine: 2009-2012 345ci (5.7L) Hemi V8 390hp 407lb/ft
Rep Power: 20
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Originally Posted by Arth View Post
Nice! Looks like it is starting to come together. Can't wait to see what all you do to this engine.

Edit: I see what you did there with that second picture!

The plug/connector on the headlight itself was the weak point for mine. After I sealed that up I haven't had fogging issues since.
Yeah, the passenger-side has been zero issues, the driver-side is a different story...and I was using it as an example, but it's time to fix it. The passenger-side was 100% completely sealed, including the vents and harness, even my HID wiring harness is sealed going through the back of the door. The driver-side housing has unsealed vents... and it started to fog. Kind of proof to me that preventing moisture from entering is better than trying to remove it.

I just bought some desiccant yesterday and I'll be pulling the d/s housing to dry it out and seal it properly.
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