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I tried to search and came up empty handed, some moisture got in to my projector and that I thought I had sealed but my question is will it cause my light not to work? I checked all fuses, my halos and high beams work it is just the low beams from what I can see the light bulb looks good. I cannot attach a pic since I am at work but I will once I get home of the projectors. Here is a link of the ones I bought.

eBay Motors: 00-05 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE DUAL HALO PROJECTOR HEADLIGHT (item 290199909342 end time Jan-24-08 19:00:33 PST)
 

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your lights will work fine..What I did was on the back of the lights, unscrew the cover that lets you change the bulbs and leave it off, you don't want your headlights sealed, you want air to move in and out and to ventilate.
 

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what I need to know is the light bulb itself why did it just stop working? Should I buy new ones and try them out?
 

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never mind I replaced the light bulb just for the sake of it and it works, now in the middle of drying out the condensation.
 
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