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Old 11-12-2001   #1
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water in chrome altezzas

has anyone had trouble with chrome altezzas leaking? I want to get them but dont feel like buying something that is a POS[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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if your thinking of getting these lights or have any concerns, look on the topics page, there is already a thread about this subject.
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You cant really expect a part like that to work as good as a stock taillight. It does look good, but alot of them will leak sooner or later.
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if you're worried...like i was...then just put some silicone and seal them up...thats what i did...no leaks
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just put silcone around the outside of light before install you will have no problems toook me a 1/2 hour to do.
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<< You cant really expect a part like that to work as good as a stock taillight. It does look good, but alot of them will leak sooner or later. >>



true......but they dont really look good most of the tym. i do go for the jag style civic 01 tails though, those ones are the best in a pool of bad apples
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let it dry then seal it up with silicon !!!
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