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Has anyone had headlamp condensation on very wet nights ?

Got home last night after picking the car up in the daytime and the lower inch of both headlamps was foggy inside :(

anyone ????
 

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mine does it and both tail lights as well. For most other brands the lights would be replaced but the more expensive the car is the cheaper it's made for some reason.
 

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Every expensive car does this, you can't avoid it. It's pointless to try and fix it because it'll just come back!
 

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The Mclaren is not so bad but if you ever see too much condensation inside it will be a problem later on if you live in a tropical/Sunny area. The inside of the light will stain with water mark and sometimes the finish would come off.
 

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Common problem, bring it back to dealer to fix under warranty. "Heating up the lights will not work, as they are LED's" and don't produce the amount of heat a normal headlight would.
 

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Common problem, bring it back to dealer to fix under warranty. "Heating up the lights will not work, as they are LED's" and don't produce the amount of heat a normal headlight would.
+1 I have had both replaced, and had it happen again, going one more time. Thank god for warranty or else these things run about $3K USD a piece.
 
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