Submitted by ricoant on Fri, 2019-11-29 11:06
ANYONE ELSE EXPERIENCING THIS. I have a MX RAVEN. I thought this issue was fixed. But obviously not. I received this message from the SC after sending them pics of the issue.
SC::::Hello SIR, thanks for the photo. Occasional condensation within exterior light lenses might be present in any vehicle due to changes in atmospheric conditions, and can be intermittent. Condensation is normal and will clear over time. The clearing process is accelerated when the lights are in dry, high temperature environments, and when the vehicle is moving. Certain environmental factors may increase the likelihood of normal condensation, such as a temperature drop at dusk or high humidity in the environment. LEDs produce very little heat at the lens surface, which can result in condensation remaining in place longer when compared to traditional bulb lights. We do not recommend any repairs at this time. Please reach out if the concern does not resolve itself, thank you.
MY RESPONSE::::I understand this. But why would this happen to one side and not the other. Both tail lights were subjected to the same conditions ie rain yesterday. But only one of them had increased amounts of condensation. I feel that something wasn't sealed properly in the assembly of the lights. I am requesting that this be rectified and not wait for this to happen again. There is no reason why this would happen to one side and not the other. I have read about this happening to other Teslas. So if I need to escalate this let me know. Thanks.