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So I goto fix my reverse light...

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by Majisto, October 10, 2002.

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    1. Majisto

      Majisto Active Member

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      when I discover there's water in the area where the reverse light is :eek: Apparently some idiot backed into my truck at some point and there's a huge crack down the center of the taillamp assembly, and as luck would have it, water found its way along the lower portion of the assembly, and sat inside the little drilled out area for the reverse light. It must have been in there for a while because it was a nice green color and it was very gunky... :p Just thought it was odd and rather funny because I was wondering why my reverse light already went out on such a new truck...now I guess I have to get a new assembly, AND a new socket. Don't have a voltometer, but the bulb seems fine...just a bit green ;) Anyone else umm...experience this?
       
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      My dad's 87 Dakota seems to collect water in every one of it's plastic lensed lights, (sealed beam headlights) except for the new RR tailight. I've drilled holes in all the lights to drain the water off and no more algae
       

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