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So i just got my GC last week, and fog is generating inside the headlights already. Is this a common thing for new cars, or is this something I have to worry about?
 

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Please do a search on this before asking. This has been brought up 1000 times.

Short answer, yes. Hyundai had some half-ass engineering when it came to the design of these lights. For some people, its just a little and never becomes a big issue, others like myself saw their lights get ruined over a very short time. I've had Jules (site vendor) clean my lights twice because of this (He does good work also if your lights reach that point and need a cleaning.)
 

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headlight tail light, they all suck

Just complain and they will give you new ones.
 

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They replaced mine once, good for a week, then fogged again. Just got to deal with it. I guess.
 

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All normal.

Subaru's do 'em too.

The headlights if I'm not mistaken, have small vents to keep the air moving as the bulbs generate a LOT of heat. Which results in moisture...

If you do notice that there's water accumulating on the bottom of the lights, then that's an issue -fog or condensation is not :)
 

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All normal.

Subaru's do 'em too.

The headlights if I'm not mistaken, have small vents to keep the air moving as the bulbs generate a LOT of heat. Which results in moisture...

If you do notice that there's water accumulating on the bottom of the lights, then that's an issue -fog or condensation is not :)
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