Originally Posted by ttocs
thats funny and what often happens to people that seal their own lights you sealed them up in a moist environment so all you did was seal the moisture inside of them. Most lights actually have a hole in them so that they can let moisure evaporate off as condensation is just bound to happen from time to time going from a cold car wash to a hot day for example. If you do seal your lights up I would recomend laying them out in the sun for a while to let the heat developed help dry them out and seal them while still in the sun. But honestly lights are meant to breath a little to prevent this puddling from happening.
I got these lights from late model resto. It was recommended they be sealed again just to make sure no water got inside, so I did that. These lights do not have any drain hole or spot to evaporate.
I can understand the condenation building up, but this isn't just a little bit. When I took the passenger side light out I dumped probably 3 ounces of water out of it. That is a lot of water for a light that should be completely sealed. I just can't figure out how it is taking in the water.