I've got a '92 Taurus wagon my father gave me after my mother died I use for my
Lowesmobile. It almost always has either a fog or even a level of water inside
the headlight housings. Fortunately, it hasn't seemed to affect the halogen
bulbs but I know it's only a matter of time before water meets hot bulb and
On my 2000 Taurus, you only have to pull a little vertical metal strip to
release the housing but it doesn't appear to be so simple for the '92. I'm
contemplating pulling the housing, then drilling a small hole down at the bottom
to encourage drainage. If worse comes to worse, I'll just have to replace the
housings because I know that once breeched, they'll never be dry again.
The question remains: can anybody point me towards a web resource that will show
me how to remove the housings or try to explain the procedure to me? I don't
want to start removing things arbitrarily only to find out later all I did was
make more work.
Thanks in advance....
Mortimer Schnerd, RN
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