JMRIf it's coming back that quick after clearing it out then it sounds like something is wrong. Sounds to me like something is remaining damp behind the light housing.Have you checked the boot carpet behind the light ?
Markjp'Hooded Claw' my Cayman is going into my my local OPC on Thursday to look at my right rear light. Some 2 months & 3000 miles later it is still misting up. Sometimes it completely clears but is usually back to some degree the following day. When I went to my OPC to book my car in the Service Advisor said it was normal for some misting up of the lens, but it should clear after 20-30 mins of driving as the units are vented. I could accept that, if it were the case as it doesn't seem unreasonable. However to still have condensation in the lens some 2 months later, to me indicates a faulty unit. My Cayman is in for 2 days, I will report back the outcome over the weekend. Mark
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