Water is in the tail lights

Asked by Aug 24, 2017 at 02:50 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Water is in tail lights how do i  get it fixed

4 Answers

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Had the same problem on my Chrysler, took out the light assemblies, cleaned them up and got them dried out, then used some clear FlexSeal and brushed it into all the seams and let it setup, made three coats just too be sure, put them back in and they never leaked again, also had my Cadillac headlight showing signs of leaking did the same to it and so far it is still leak free.. HTH

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ChrisFix on YouTube has a video on how to change your blinker fluid... :)

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remove from car, drill a small hole in the bottom carefully

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I had the same trouble. Drilled two 3/16ths inch holes in the bottom of the lens at either end. Fixed the problem.

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