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How do you disassemble the headlight on a 1991 F-150 to get condensation out?


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2006-04-05 03:39:20
2006-04-05 03:39:20

Here is advice: * Most of the lights are sealed and you can't take them apart. Take the bulbs out and stick a rag in through the holes ans work it around with a screwdriver. * I drill a small hole on the lower corner of the light, that lets the water out then using the lights will eventually evaporate the rest of the moisture.


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