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2009 cayenne turbo s, water in headlight assembly, faulty control unit

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Old 07-28-2017, 03:15 PM
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Default 2009 cayenne turbo s, water in headlight assembly, faulty control unit

This weekend I discovered water inside the driver side headlight assembly. I also received a system fault warning on the dash. Inspection of the headlight assembly revealed no cracks or defects, so how did the water enter? Now I am told I need to replace the control unit on both sides otherwise they will not work properly. Before I do this I would appreciate any input regarding similar experiences or suggestion on where the water may have entered. I do not want to make this expensive repair only to have the problem recur. Thanks
 
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Old 02-16-2019, 01:27 PM
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I had that same problem! I put selicone around the edges no more H2O ! But water went in ballast and bulb but still having problems now wipers not Working! Should of buy a FORD🤬
 
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