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Water and Moisture Build-up in Tail Lights


Marcus815

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Hey Guys,

I own a 1993 Cadillac Seville STS. In general it runs pretty well, with some minor problems. One I had found rather annoying is the fact that I have water and moisture in the tail lights. I did some research and I found that people have drilled holes in their tail lights to allow the moisture to escape. I'm still however not sure where to drill, and I sure as hell don't want to drill in the wrong place and ruin the tail light because I can just imagine what a pain it would be to get a replacement. Has anyone had this problem and what is the best way to go about fixing it?

Thanks for reading,

Marcus

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In the How-To Section here: http://www.caddyinfo.com/howto.html

There is this article: http://www.caddyinfo.com/taillight.htm

which you may find of interest for this issue.

Basically along the bottom of the outer edge of the lens housing, so that any collected water drains down and out.

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