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ive heard if you run some silicone on those it will help keep the from getting foggy inside
 

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i've had mine on 6 months and theres no yellowing at all.. ebay for 19.95 :head:
 

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All the aftermarket ones will fog up and get yellow after a while, but not in six months (you can prolong it with the silicone). Might as well go for the cheapest aftermarket ones. They would look good on your truck :head:
 

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so you just cover that lip with silicone and itl last longer....has nothing to do with sealing right??? just covering it up from the elements? or you are saying the inside with turn yellow? im just trying to figure out if i will be covering that lip or sealing a crack
 

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Badassilverado said:
The heat of the DRL's also causes them to fade. You'll notice it when you see the new ones.
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Hopefully that will somewhat slowe down since GM put some lesser bulbs in the 04s. My 03 corners didn't look shiny at all. The DRL ate it up...and I'm talking about the stock corners too!
 

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so i should run silicone around the outside and the bulb sockets right?... is any one type of bulb that u can use run at a lower temperature?
 
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