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Old 11-19-2011, 08:50 PM
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Default Fog on the inside of my headlights.

Ok guys, I went out to my truck to install the LED marker/turn signal lights and my headlights were all foggy on the inside. It has changed temperature here and its cold and theres snow, but I don't remember them doing this last year or any other time.. Now the only difference is I installed my HID's and highbeams. WTF! I'm so angry. Now when I installed my HID's I reused the seal around my stock bulb as it was a much more snug fit.. Twisted in beautifully. I made a hole in that round cover on the back like everyone does... But I didn't silicone it as it was a nice snug fit.
Think I should try and silicone it first? It may be under warranty. Maybe the seal is broken somewhere.. Time for a headlight mod maybe.
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My 2011 does have fog in the headlights as-well and I have not done any mods. I think it is just the temp change because after the lights are on, it goes away. Mine tends to fog in the bottom corner of the headlight closest to the grill. I am interested to what others may say.
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I'd say that it's a sealing problem. For whatever reason, the capsule is now open to ambient conditions.

Before you seal them up, pull them out and dry them out. A hairdryer seems to work well. Then seal them.
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