Inahi

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  1. Inahi

    Condensation in headlight

    Congrats for getting the glass off But so sorry to hear about the glass cracking I have a brand new glass for right side Not left I bought from a Ebay seller fgb of Poland I’ve bought many parts from this guy I checked but I don’t see him selling anymore glass He’s selling plastic lense but I don’t recommend that Ill keep eyes open for any glass sellers Wish you luck
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    Condensation in headlight

    I don’t think there’s a good solution to prevent. Some of the discoloration and hazing is caused by the gasses that are emitted from the plastic itself. I would suggest using a good sealer that’s easier to remove so that when it happens again it’s easier to disassemble and clean. I don’t see a need to do this very often but it all depends on how often the murc is out in the elements
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    Condensation in headlight

    Coming from the manufacturers pov, the manufacturer would warrant such defects under the traditional warranty. Most of these issues began to crop up after the factory warranty so it’s almost impossible to try to get lambo to pony up and fix the issue.
  4. Inahi

    Condensation in headlight

    Good point. I like morimoto because it’s easy to take apart with heat.
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    Condensation in headlight

    I used morimoto butyl seal to attach glass back onto assembly. Worked like a charm. No leaks or fogging. It’s been almost. Year since I did the job.
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    Condensation in headlight

    Hi v12. dont know about others, but I didn’t have to heat the assembly.
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    Condensation in headlight

    It’s a bit scary at first but since I had new glass, I had a plan B. Luckily I successfully replaced without breaking glass or plastic. Once you do one side. The other side is easier. It still took about 1.5 hours a side to take apart and clean. But well worth the effort since the results are amazing. I hate seeing murcs with fogged up lenses. Makes these awesome machines look old and not well kept I’d volunteer to do them if I had the time.
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    Condensation in headlight

    Yes I used the spudger and a whole lot of patience to get the seal to separate the glass from headlight assembly.
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    Condensation in headlight

    You’re in luck. I happen to have a brand new set of glass. I bought in anticipation of cracking the glass when I tried to separate the assembly. Heres some close up pics. The pic is of glass up side down. As you can see, there’s only a channel where the glass sits and is held in by the seal goos luck !!
  10. Inahi

    Condensation in headlight

    Hi stimpy. It’s not actually tongue and grove. It’s just a channel. I used a very thin flexible blade to cut under the weatherstrip. This took the longest. I can send pics. Noncutting at all. Once cleaned, I baked the lense and used Japanese automotive butyl sealer. The blade used is same as one that is used to cult seal on iPhone for glass removal.
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    Condensation in headlight

    It’s not for everyone but it’s not impossible. I did just what stimpy said. Pulled off glass, cleaned inside and had the glass professionally polished. Then resealed. Very happy with the results. With elbow grease, I spent less than $50 on all supplies and about $100 polishing the glass. Not bad for a few days work.
  12. Inahi

    06 Murcie spoiler

    Mine did the same. I found that the piston Arm would get caught/rub against the read deck opening. I shaved off a little of the opening where the piston attaches to the spoiler with. Dremel. Totally fixed the problem. Works perfectly after a full year of driving.