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Anyone else getting condensation on the taillights?


I have it on both taillights. No accidents, it’s been raining a few days in California. Reverse bulbs were replaced with LED but socket/bulb holder is fully seated.

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Usually condensation forms when there is a break in the seal of the lens or the plastic housing is cracked. It can be as little as a hairline fracture, but that will let moisture and water in and trap it there until it eventually evaporates. You may have inadvertently cracked your housing when you were changing you. Tame
 

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@Soca Try sticking one of those desiccant packets in there thru the hole for the light bulb for a little while to dry it out. See if the condensation comes back afterward.
 

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I have it in MN. I have not hit them or changed any of the bulbs. I’m going to keep an eye on it to see if it increases, dissipates or stays consistent.
 
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