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Recently I picked up a set of LED tail lights for my truck. Installed them the same day, Look fantastic imo, but I noticed yesterday afternoon that there was some condensation in there. Not too much, but enough for a guy to notice at work who says if there is that in there then they are leaking and need to be returned?

The amount of condensation is approx 1/2 wide by about 2" long near the outside edge. When I installed the lights it was like 12 degrees out so am thinking this might have something to do with it?

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I wouldn't really say leaking... but yes, there is a hole somewhere. If you can return for another set, do so. If not, wait till it's nice and dry out for awhile for it to all go away, then put a bead of sealant around the entire edges.
 

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Send em back or seal em as Bubba said. :tup:
 

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I would send them back if you can. Those are the same ones I have and havent had any condensation in mine.
 
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