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i had the fogging a few times on my stock left tail light...
i changed with my buddys as he sold his caliber, but it came back... i sealed the complete housing with silicon and it came back....
i cleaned the sealing of the sockets and it came back....

i changed to the LED tails and had no problems...
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I've still got one for sale. It doesn't leak. Like I said before, thirty bucks plus shipping to your zip code in the lower 48. Shipping to Canada, Hawaii or Alaska would probably cost more than the tail light.
 

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Remove tail light assembly, drain water out and let dry in sun. When satisfied that all water has evaporated, put a bead of black silicon around the lens and back housing and let dry before installing on car. I have had no problems since this fix! You can use low pressure compressed air and a blow gun to find the leak or leaks before you seal the housing. Just run a bead all the way around the lens.
 

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I had moisture in mine not too long ago. I removed the tail lights and used a bottle dryer at my work to remove the moisture. All I
did was flip all the gaskets on the bulbs and the moisture hasn't come back since.
 
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