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Have had the truck off road quite a bit lately but mainly in mud and sand. What on earth could cause the fog lights to fill up like little fish tanks... The funy thing is, they still light up!
 

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Have you checked that the Breather/Vent pipes are connected properly? and that the rubber connections are not split.

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Run with it... add some fish. Now that's pimpin.

But you can't stop there. You got to coordinate. Get you some fishtank headlights, spotlights, and super duper goldfish altezza tailights.

Hey, if all these jacka$$es think it's cool to do a RRS conversion, I bet a fishtank conversion would be dizzzope.
 

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definitely had that myself before. it's hilarious when the bulbs are on but the lamp is full of sloshing water. somethimes you can yank loose a breather tube on debris or branches, etc. that are poking up from the ground. just give 'em a once over when you come out of that type of area and make sure they're snuggy. maybe leave them disconnected for a few days to air them out?
 
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