MOISTURE IN REAR TAIL LIGHTS

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I have noticed moisture inside my passenger side tail lamp. I am guessing the seal in broken, anyone else have this issue? I am going to have to get it to a dealer before winter.
 

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I did on my gen 2. Mine was cracked. Took it apart, dried out, and resealed the crack with some silicone. It was fine for a couple years, but I eventually replaced with aftermarket.

I would probably take it to the dealership and see if the can get you a replacement under warranty.
 

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I have noticed moisture inside my passenger side tail lamp. I am guessing the seal in broken, anyone else have this issue? I am going to have to get it to a dealer before winter.
Have you by any chance been dancing naked around your truck, or rubbing up on it too aggressively?
 

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My driver side has a seal issue. Had the issue on my last 3 trucks. Basically if it has water droplets they should replace it. 3017C749-B843-4F4C-A12C-301D2F0452A6.jpeg 69542651-B310-4712-B6BD-1C5FA1D6C444.jpeg 73B34FA7-4E96-40EA-A7A2-905A2DEB19CF.jpeg
 
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Update, finally had a day off and took it to the dealer, new tail lamp housing ordered. They came out and verified the moisture. They said a small amount of condensation is "normal" and they will not replace until they observe actual droplets of water inside like mine had. Just a word to the other members who may be having the same issues.
 
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