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actually i found it. Took all the electronics out and filled the housing with water. Tested all the seals and there was one spot behind one of the trim clips that was leaking at a decent rate. Re sealed it tested it and its good to go (for now). we shall see.
not true.. the passenger side fogged up i dried it out re-sealed it and its been clean as a whistle since. for some reason the drivers side keeps giving me issues that i can't track down
ive gotten pretty damn good at taking the front end off so ill pop it off that way i can see how much is really in there. if you're right and i hope you are... leaving it in front of the dehumidifier opened up for a few days should dry it up. then ill put another 4-6 goretex breathers on it.
in for updates... im curios about a 6.2 RST
So this might even be my second post on this subject. I have a set of the eagle eye projectors on my 14 1500. First time i mounted them they leaked, ok fine they are aftermarket lights its too be expected. I take them back out seal them up good... add some goretex breathers and screw in breathers from theretrofit source. Passenger side has been good since. Drivers side was good for a while, then i go to wash my truck and shortly after hosing off the front end it fogs right up. Took the headlight off and there was maybe a shot glass worth of water in it. I dried it out.... covered the entire thing in soapy water and pressurized the housing to find the leak. Sealed up what i found and put it back in. Drove in heavy rain and it was fine. Washed the truck again Saturday and the damn thing fogged up again. Haven't taken it out to see how much water got in but im getting super pissed. Ordered some more goretex patches but I don't know what else i can do about it. any ideas? anything i can be missing?
all these videos of "do catch cans work?" and they all show what its caught it a weeks time. Im not saying that doesn't convince me because i am already going to do it on my next truck regardless. But what really needs to be seen is intake valves on similar mileage vehicles with and without catch cans.
Post up if and only if you are running 9" wide +18 wheels. I have XD hoss with stock(ish) tires that are about to need replacing so weighing my lift and tire options. Thinking 4.5 zone but i like the 5 inch RC knuckle kit as well.
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