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Foggy Headlights

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by nofatchicks, December 27, 2004.

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  1. nofatchicks

    nofatchicks New Member

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    My 95 has "foggy" lenses. Any help?

    Thanks,
    Ray
     
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  3. davidmmm69

    davidmmm69 Elite Explorer

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    really cheap on ebay i bought new one for my older 95. like 25 each,
    also try the lens cleaner on ebay, Bought that for my wifes 98 windstar. which those headlights are like $130.00 each,,
    that stuff works amazing after i did it it looks like a new 2004 light.
     
  4. 03ExplorerSPT

    03ExplorerSPT Well-Known Member

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    My suggestion is to get some diamond cut lenses from www.procarparts.com. they look much better IMO and have heard they give a much better beam pattern.
     
  5. BuffaloXplorer

    BuffaloXplorer The X had to go!

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    cheap but tedious fix: remove the housing from the truck - take it inside - hit it with a hairdryer until it clears up - add sealant to all areas where water may enter - let dry and reinstall. If this doesn't help, buy new ones.
     






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