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Old 10-02-2003   #1
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Rear Lights??

A bravo I have been looking at / concidering buying has condensation in the rear light. Could this be a major problem? He did say that te car has been stood for a while - poss cause???

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i have the same problem in my Seicento - it has never caused me any problems :)

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Hi Wayne, no it shouldn't be a major problem.

You'll proberbly find that the seal around the light has a leak in which case you can re-seal it with some silicon sealer, or that the light has been removed from the car for some reason and hasn't been put back on properly.
Check the 3 nuts inside at the back of the light to check that their all tight.
You should be able to check if the light is on properly by running your finger around the gap between the light and the bodywork. The gap should be the same all the way around.

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OK mate thanks. I`ll give that a try when it comes back from the garage. I was just a wee bit concerned as I never had that problem on the 1.8 HLX I had.

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See if you can check the panels in the boot to make sure it hasn't been bumped and straightened.

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