It's that time time of year again to get your santa hats on and be merry..
but it's also time for 8thcivic.com's annual Secret Santa and Im here asking (once again) if you would like to join in on the fun...
holy mother of god thats a lot of condensation. Same thing i told matt about adding sealant is that most of them, once you seal them, youre stuck with the lights however they end up cause most wont let go again.
You can try using silicone sealant from home depot, like you would use for windows, it does sometimes outgas some fumes into the housing that will clear in a day or two, but you probably wont get it open again if it has issues.
I would start by pulling the light out and look for places where the plastic clips might have popped, and see if you just need to heat it up and push the light back together
Ill shoot you a pm, ive got a breakdown of what it costs me to make them not including labor, my parts costs arent cheap though, and i cant match the pricing of ebay stuff since i have to build by hand.
I had that happen with my foglight harness 2 summers ago while i was in Israel, i came back to a car that wouldnt start, water got in the cheap 12v relay i had found in a parts bin in my room to build the harness out of. Rusted the switching arm to the point it turned on the fogs one night, draining my battery.
haha a pole came out of no where and hit you?? of course!!! hahah =). i just went to a body shop right now. they said they can repair my bumper for 350 and replace for 500 with aftermarket. you should check it out. its by my work. its called m&m autobody on campbell road. let me know if you want their adress
haha well you got a very good first stick car. its easy to drive. there are about 20-25 si's going down to maryland international raceway on the 24th to run 1/4 miles. i might go but i might not run. ive already run before. you should come to run or just watch. its pretty cool to see how fast our cars can be if modded right. lol