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Nice to be on this forum. I have attached photos of my Raptor headlights when I picked up this morning and looking for any constructive feed back. The third photo shows the dealer comments on a tex reply. Please keep in mind that this is a brand new truck.
 

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Nice to be on this forum. I have attached photos of my Raptor headlights when I picked up this morning and looking for any constructive feed back. The third photo shows the dealer comments on a tex reply. Please keep in mind that this is a brand new truck.
That's odd. That shouldn't be happening. Not a response I'd be wanting to here when I just dropped that kind of money. Welcome to the forum and congrats!
 

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Vented or not, never seen it happen on mine. In fact, if they are vented, there should be less chance of it happening. Maybe the vent is clogged.
 

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Have not seen it on a headlight. Have had the condensation on the taillamps. From what I was told by my local dealer, actual water droplets inside will trigger a replacement. So basically its a waiting game.
 

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Welcome to FRF fellow PNWer.

Please post pictures of your truck or we will assume these headlight pictures are from from your prius.

My headlights get moisture in them, it's that time of year here. As already stated, make sure your vents are clear and not plugged. If it keeps happening, make an appointment at your dealership.
 

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Welcome!.... Ive had my Gen3 for a little over a month and have not noticed anything like this so far. Past few days we have had colder/rainy weather too. I was not away of them having vents, but just like others stated you may want to check to see if they are blocked. Hopefully you will get it resolved soon.
 

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I was searching a solution for the same when I have seen this topic... Mine is a 20's and have noticed that since the first day. It's more noticeable in winter, cold/wet wheather ! both headligt and condensation on the same place, so could be envent clogged ? how many there are ??
 

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That hasn't happened to my truck. It looks terrible. I would be upset to say the least. COVID trucks - that's what I blame all the QC issues I have on.
 
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