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Bi-Xenon/LED headlights water damage


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I recently noticed moisture in my headlights due to a crack i was unaware of. Unfortunately, i was a bit busy at the time i noticed the condensation so i left it to sit there for a while.


Right now i got the condensation problem and the crack fixed but leaving the moisture there for a while caused my daytime running lights to stop working.


I went to the dealer and they asked me to buy an entire new $1500 headlight and said it’s the only way to fix it. So i was hoping someone around here might know a way to fix it without having to buy a brand new headlight over some drl’s


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