Stranded Posted January 18 Share Posted January 18 (edited) This problem only started near the beginning of 2022, and a year later, I still can't figure it out. I get condensation build up inside of the driver's rear light fixture; right above my head when I sleep. You can see the rust spots inside of the light. The glass dish/cover will fill with water/condensation and then drip out. At first I thought it was because that's right where my head was breathing towards; however, I haven't slept in my trailer in a few months, but everytime I hang out in it, I get the same condensation in the same light fixture. I put a plastic container of Arm & Hammer Moisture Absorber, but after a couple of weeks, it's dry. I altered the placement of the moisture absorber to different locations, but all condensation still goes to the same light fixture. I know it's not a leak because it occurs in dry weather and rainy, and because I inspected the cabinet with the wires that feeds the electricity to that light fixture. The channel the wires run through in the fiberglass is bone dry. I put multiple q-tips in there but don't show any moisture indicative of a leak coming from anywhere else, or condensation following a path to that location. In short, I'm stumped why condensation is only attracted to that particular light fixture. Edited February 3 by mossemi Rotate Pics 2017 Elite 1 Hull 220 1997 Dodge 2500 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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