I recently purchased a ES350 in Vancouver (I am a Canadian here) but I've noticed that there are condensations and fogginess in both the headlamps and the tail lamps. When I bought the car from the dealership, they repeatedly told me that this is normal. But I have found that the condensations in the lamps seem to get worse over the past week. I really don't think that this is normal at all. I am a girl and this is my first time buying a car. I've done the homework and research on cars but I am still very lacking. The condensations seem to be an issue for the RX350 as suggested online. If anyone could please help clarify this lamp condensation problem a little for me I would really really appreciate it. Thank you in advance!!!
I have an issue with the level of light projection from my car, I just replaced the OEM headlights with a Phillips 6k HID bulb but i'm still not satisfied with the projection of light downrange. I am considering changing my fog lights and then raising my headlight angle. Would like to hear thoughts on how others have achevied better light projection downrange by tweaking the lights and also what equipment they used, IE. HID upgrades to fog lights, bulb choices, etc. Thanks!
Hello everyone. I am new to car maintenance and when I bought this car, I noticed that both the fog lights were out. I'm guessing the problem would be either the fuse or the bulbs. If it was the bulbs, how much work is expected to be put in to change both of them? What bulbs would you guys recommend? What type of fuse does the 1995 SC400 use? Blade fuse or mini fuse? or are these two the same?
also, is the daytime running light fuse also the same sized fuse(not amperage wise but physical fuse size) as those lights also do not work and I suspect blown fuses.
Thank you for the help.