Originally Posted by gasman94
Don't know if it will help, but I was under the coach the other day and noticed that there are areas where moisture can enter the lights. I will try to seal mine up and see if it helps.
Headlamps of this type need to be vented or condensation will form on the inside. I would bet that the OP's headlamp vent is crimped or blocked by insects or other parts. If you remove headlamp and used compressed air to dry inside it will return to normal. Only if you find the rubber vent tube and make sure it is not being blocked.
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