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Those amber parking lightson the front of my 96 GL, the driver side one, collects water on the inside, pretty badly when it rains. Today the bulb got screwed up and had to change it.

After removing the head light, I am not able to remove those two screws to remove the lens cap on the parking light.... SO I dont see a way to seal whatever gap there is between the lens cap & the parking light holder.

I guess have to remove the fromt bumper cover to remove the parking lights. which I ain't doing :angry


Is there some sort of a clear compound I can use to clauk the lens from the outside so that water dosent enter?? Lemme know at once, its raining crazy here in NC
 

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sundarpn, your right, you do have to remove the bumper to remove the parking lights. When you seal the lights, be sure not to seal them completely, like silvapain said, theyre not seal for a reason, just run some sillocone in the gap.
~~Maverick~~
 

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they have a vent in the back side....

Where to I get the silicone, what kind, I want something thats invisible.
 
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