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im looking for replacements for my headlights the ones that came with the box have a lot of moisture in them :(

any1 know where i could find them in a cheaper price, scion dealer wud be my last resort, they quoted me about $257 per housing...:( thx in advance:cheers:
 

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or at least reseal them yourself first, check the bulb seal.
If you put HID's in (if I remember correctly) the bulb seal stuck to the OEM bulb socket, and I almost put the new lites in without putting the seal on. I had to take it off the original sockets and install it on the new ones.
 

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thebulb seals are good i checked them b4 addin my hids...today at work my detailer told me that it was the headlight seals...dude suggested that i get a headlight seal kit...to take off my housings and let the moisture evaporate and to reseal them...so idk..
 

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thebulb seals are good i checked them b4 addin my hids...today at work my detailer told me that it was the headlight seals...dude suggested that i get a headlight seal kit...to take off my housings and let the moisture evaporate and to reseal them...so idk..
if you just got it or under warranty id take it to your local dealer you know/trust.
 

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well, it's def under 3 years old, and if you have less than 36K on it, you're covered. also, the dealer should be able to tell you. But if you have less than 36K, you should be, so if they say no, fight with them.
 

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Before you buy new housings, at least buy some of that RTV silicon stuff and bake them and reseal them.
 
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