I thought I'd circle back here to report this fixed - and how it was fixed.
First, I contacted RVS (Rear View Systems) because the camera is there's. They were very good about giving me a RMA number to return the camera. Then they told me to unscrew the nut holding the cable in the back of the camera and cut the two wires.
So, I removed the nut pulled out the wires and there were 5 wires not two.
They told me I'd have to find a small silver box and unplug the main camera wire and not cut anything at all. They, and I, assume that the silver junction box is in the bedroom on the back wall at the top of the wall where there is a piece of wood trim that is positioned like crown molding. Just enough room to tuck the control box in there. But I never got that far. So, I don't even know if that's where the control box is or not.
See, yesterday in South Texas it was 103 degrees and the sun beat down on that camera just like every other day, but this time, the wires, seal and nut was removed leaving an opening in the back of the camera for the condensation to evaporate.
I had started thinking about that this morning as I was getting dressed and the first thing i did was go outside and check the camera. Sure thing - all the condensation was gone.
It's "only" 98 today but while it was good and hot I put everything back and sealed that back of the camera really well.
Now I know if it happens again I'll get out a hair dryer and dry that thing out in no time.
2015 Forester 3051S
TOAD: 2016 Lincoln MKX