Join Date: Dec 2015
Location: Connecticut USA
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Ive gone through quite a few and even wash bay pressure washed it myself numerous times and never once got moisture in the rear tailight. I would suggest checking the gasket if you are comfortable removing the tailight assembly or if there is any visible damage on the outer lense itself. Worst case, you might have lost the sealant lottery where the silicone(?) adhesive is weak on the outer lense cover allowing it to just edge in a bit to evaporate and condensate over time. If its the last one, I would avoid pressure washes or just tab some clear sealant on the edges of the tailight which is not visible when installed.
2016 CX-3 GT AWD - Crystal White Pearl Mica.
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