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post #7 of Old 09-20-2010, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Calibershark7 View Post
I have the same problem, but there is actually an inch of water accumulated at the bottom of the assembly. How did you go about drying it out and how do you get it off the car to do so? I know I've replaced the bulb in there once, so it has been taken off, but it was a couple of years ago. Plus, my car is only under the extended "ultimate" powertrain warranty and I'm not sure the tail light assembly is included in that. I asked the dealership to mail me the specifics of my remaining warranty, but that was just this morning. I know I need to get the water out soon so I don't run into any trouble.
you can take it out the same way to replace the bulb. IIRC the instructions are in the owners manual.

just let it dry overnight. while it out you could always run a bit of silicone around it to try and seal it.


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