Headlight Assembly for 2006 2007 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 2500 3500 Pickup Replacement Headlamp Driving Light Chromed Housing Amber Reflector Clear LensCategory: 01 Dodge Ram Gts HeadlightSpecification:2pcs, fits LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side)OEM: 68003125AB,68003124ABPARTSLINK: CH2502180,CH2503180Bulb type: H13 for both High Beam and Low Beam (Not include)Fits For: 2006 2007 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck2006 2007 2008 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck2006 2007 2008 2009 Dodge Ram 3500 TruckPackage included:Pair Left & Right Headlight Housing For 06-08 Dodge Ram 1500 2500 3500 PickupAll Lamps come without bulbs, Should be re-use original factory bulbsInstallation recommendations:Step 1: Consult a vehicle manual to find out which component needs to be removed to get access to the headlight assembly. Depending on the year, make, and model of the vehicle, the front grill may need to be removed. To remove the grille, you have to undo the screws or any fastener used to secure it.Step 2: Undo the screws, clips, or retainer springs that hold the headlight in place. You may have to use a flat-blade or Phillips screwdriver to remove any of these fasteners that are typically located at the top and bottom of the headlight.Step 3: Disconnect the wiring from the assembly. After the wiring is removed, you can now detach the headlight from the vehicle to replace it with a new one.Step 4: Fit in the new headlight assembly. Fix the new headlight into place and make sure that the screws, clips, or retainer springs used are sealed.Step 5: Reconnect the wiring that was unplugged from the assembly.Step 6: Put back the grille and other components that you removed. Seal them back into place.Step 7: Test the new assembly. Switch on the headlights to see if they’re working. If not, then make some adjustments and check the manual.What does it mean if there’s condensation in the headlight assembly?Contrary to popular belief, your headlight assembly isn’t airtight. There are vents built in to allow pressure to vent. Otherwise, pressure changes could lead to a cracked lens. Because there are vents in the assembly, some moisture can enter. This is normal. Here’s what the automaker recommends regarding moisture and condensation in your headlight assembly:Thin mist – NormalLight mist covering under half of the lens – NormalWater puddle – AbnormalDrips, streaks or large droplets – AbnormalIf you are experiencing either abnormal condition, have your headlight assembly inspected. It could indicate a cracked lens that needs to be replaced.