Condensation in driver side headlight

hyundai
azera

#1

I purchased this 2006 Azera last Saturday. I noticed there was condensation in the driver’s side headlight and mentioned it to the salesman. The response I received was that sometimes happens.

Question - Should I call the service departmentt at the dealership?



aharvey638


#2

If it has moisture in it the seal is broken , try to get a new one from the dealer if you can’t drillm a small hole in the bottom and the moisture will bleed out.


#3

This issue has been a problem with so many different manufactures. When the “new” Malibu came out in 1997, brand new cars showed condensation in the headlight buckets. GM gave us a time frame (under 30 min.) with the lights on to clear the condensation, if it did not clear, new headlight assembleys were replaced under warranty.


#4

Don’t you just love those designer lights that can cost a few hundred dollars to fix when the old sealed beam lights cost about $5.00 and five minutes to replace with just a screwdriver.

The fancy designers have gained control in the auto world. It is time to kick them out.