and my dad says this will work because the condensation/fog is on the outside of the light while i think its on the inside of the housing...any answers to that?
New to me 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4X4
Blackberry Pearl Coat. Just under 34,000 miles
Mods to come: CAI, overland/summit grill, debadge
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I just fixed this issue on another car of mine. It sounds scary, but I used sandpaper and car pollish. I wet sanded ithem with 150 gritt, then again with 1000 gritt. It got it pretty smooth. Then to finnish it off I used some "Flitz" pollish to pollish them out, and sprayed a little clear coat paint on them, and it's a night and day differnece.
This usually occurs after many years of UV rays exposure, I tried a similar product on my 1999 and it did help alot, did not take them back too new but close and with the 6000k HID's i really cant tell anymore, I also heard of a few people that sanded their headlights as well ...
Does anyone know if the 00 WJ Laredo is pre-wired to accept the auto headlight sensor? I noticed on wjjeeps.com that Jeep used to make a fog lamp kit which included the sensor. My 00 WJ has fog lamps but not the automatic headlights. The kit has been discontinued but there are plenty of sensors at the junk yards.