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I just installed a set of black altezza tail lights today, brand new, and they are fogging up really really bad. i had to take off the back bumper just to remove and install the tail lights and i really dont want to do it again. suggestions? any one else have them? have that prob? pics?
 

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yes they are from ebay. they look very nice, but they fog up horribly and they are brand new. wont a hole just let more moisture/water in? and where do i drill a hole?
 

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send them back or crack them open and reseal them.
 

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I had altezza (black background with red lights) on my previous car because one of my stocker got vandalized. I had them for more than a year and never had any problem fogging up. I would send them right back to the seller and demand for a new set. If the new set fogs up again, then I would either ask for refund and go back to stockies or reseal them if you still want to keep them.
 

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you have to take all that time taking the taillights off, and then you need to stick them in the oven for a few minutes until you can pry them apart, then you need to let all the water evaporate, and then buy some silicon sealant and reseal & rebake them.

there's instructions on baking your lights in a bunch of "clearing headlights" threads - check those out for specifics.
 
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