Condensation in taillights?!
Not sure if this is the right area and I couldn't search because the search function would work. I noticed condensation in both my tail lights tonight, its a 2010 mz3 gs, and it bugs me because it makes the car look bad, and on my 94 honda accord with a crack is one tail I never ever had condensation issues. Could it be a bad seal? Or maybe its just because of the weather we are having? It went from about -8 celsius this morning to probably +5 or +8 this afternoon but the sun would have been beating down on them all day and then as soon as 5PM came it cooled down to about -2 and has been dropping since. Maybe the large temperature differential is causing the condensation? Or are the seals bad? Thanks for the help!
2K10 Mazda 3
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