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Water in my corners


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From the TSB:

"The headlights of the Boxster / Boxster Shave a ventilation system which uses the incoming air from between the bumper cover and the lower part of the headlight assembly to remove the moisture. The headlights are also vented through plastic pipes located in the electrical connector that extend under the vehicle. Only a short driving time is necessary to clear moisture from the headlights when the ventilation system is in "operation"."

"Masking or covering the gap between the headlight and front bumper cover, i.e. by affixing foils, covers or front end covers (bras) available as accessories, can also lead to moisture in the headlights and prevent ventilation from taking place. If installing such accessories, make sure that the gap is not covered.

Affixing films and coverings that rest on the headlight lens or seal off the gap between the headlight and the front bumper cover can lead to overheating damage of the headlight lenses.

Slight amounts of moisture do not cause permanent damage to the headlight; therefore the headlights are not to be replaced for this reason."

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If it is the corners/reflectors in the pic then the water seal has failed. If you did not know, the corners are a separate part from the headlight itself.

The fix is to replace the corners.

Thanks guys. I have to replace it then Toolpants, cause' I have about a cup of water in the corner lights! Thats more then a little... LOL

THanks again

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