How to Fix a Headlight with Water or Moisture in it

Moisture in headlight or fog light? Learn how to remove condensation and moisture from your headlight or fog light. Find the leak, seal it, and prevent water and moisture from getting back into your headlamp. Moisture can cause your headlight bulb to blow out and reduce light output.

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36 thoughts on “How to Fix a Headlight with Water or Moisture in it

  1. Great job CHRIS we all appreciate your advice 👍. you are the man.please keep doing this great videos.HI EVERYONE FROM CHICAGO ILLINOIS 😀.

  2. Should have showed how to remove the lense entirely and polish out any yellowing caused on the inside of the lens then re seal it

  3. Thanks man, my driver side headlight have moisture and some water and today the light stop working. Now I know what to do. I'll try do this this weekend.

  4. Just drill a couple of 1/4 holes in the bottom of the headlight casing, the heat from the bulb will keep it dry. Done this a couple of times, works no problem.

  5. Here’s my two cents, try using alcohol to clean the outside before you caulk it. It would be better to use a natural drying agent if the hole(‘s)too large the degreaser will get in that hole and discolor even possibly the inside of the lens. Also, did you actually put your hand in front of a heat gun!?!

  6. 1:55 What happens is oils from your skin (fingerprints f.ex.) is left behind on the glass, this can begin to heat up and damage the bulb, but yes, in short terms it burns out prematurely. If you're going to touch the glass wear gloves.

  7. Just took mine off . Sheesh water came out of electrical conector . 2016 Ford Focus SE . It seemed sealed and I had to take out bulb letting it dry out in the sun . checked for leaks / holes by blowing in air and couldn't find them

  8. Can you drill holes in the bottom of the unit to let the water out like the car doors do ?
    And why didn't you polish the plastic ? You had the unit out of the car.

  9. I watched this last fall, and fixed the light in my Daughters 2009 Ford Ranger. Still no moisture eight months later. Over the winter I watched many other ChrisFix videos, not to learn (as I have worked on cars all my life) but as pure enterainment. Your knowledge is excellent (although I may had done some things differently) but your complete enthusiasm is amazing. And, when something turns out right, one can feel the sense of accomplishment in your voice. It is a nice feeling isn't it. Thanks for taking the time to show the "kids" how to fix and maintaine a vehicle. My daughters boyfriend wouldn't know how to use a screwdriver and has no interest to learn. His loss, as I have a beer fridge in the garage. Keep up the good work.

  10. I'm sure that light new is $20 why go through the hassle it looked terrible when finished the blinker was like new just makes no sense. The cheap way is not the way to fix a light

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