Plymouth Corporation Complaint - Unsafe Headlights - 1998 Voyager Van

Review by kruncher on 2008-07-21
SHERIDAN -- The plastic lenses of my van have clouded so much that I feel that the lights are unsafe. My other vehicles have better low beam light than this van has on high beam. I am afraid to use this vehicle at night.
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-07-21
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-07-21:
The clouding of plastic headlight lenses is a common problem on all vehicles. There are several web sites that offer techniques on clearing them but use caution if you think you want to attempt any of them and try it on a small area to test it first.
Usually replacing them is fairly simple, since they are modular but the replacements can be expensive.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-07-21:
This doesn't sound totally unreasonable on an 11 year old vehicle. I think Rob's suggestions are spot on.
Posted by S on 2008-07-21:
Agree with other posters. It seems reasonable that some moisture might get in the light casings over the years and cause some clouding. Probably not too expensive to replace. That might be worth looking into if you can't drive the vehicle at night.
Posted by sarahnkrystal on 2008-07-21:
It is a common problem on all Plymouths from that generation. My husband has to remove our headlights from our 98 Breeze and clean them often. There is a trick to doing it, but I am not sure of it. It involves different grits of wet sandpaper, and it worked very well.
Posted by DigitalCommando on 2008-07-21:
They have a spray available at auto stores that clears them up instantly. They do fade again in a few days though so you will need to keep spraying it every so often.

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