There's a service bulletin that says condensation inside the headlights and taillights is "fine?" I'd be asking the Service Manger for a copy of it.Hello -
Purchased a 2021 Pilot (Black Edition) about a month ago and two weeks back noticed condensation build up in one of my rear driver side taillight. I contacted the dealership and even had the tech take look and he said there is a Honda news bulletin about new Pilots with semi-sealed headlights and taillights for ventilation? Never heard of it. Service Mgr did say standing water is not good (no duh!) but condensation is fine. Anyone heard of that or are they just blowing smoke? Why would they not have taillights and headlights fully sealed? Purpose of ventilation in lights? Any feedback is appreciated. thanks in advance.
I've read elsewhere that some people have had luck drilling a small hole in the bottom of the housing as drain, but on a 2021 new car your warranty should earn you a new housing. Take pictures of the condensation.