Be sure the bulbs are screwed in tight. Did you replace the bulbs recently?Ms. Mdx said:Noticed some condensation in one of my headlight units. Approx 500 miles on 'X. The weather was hot and slightly humid. Some light rain.
Any others experienced this problem? I will have dealer check it out during first oil change.
ardvarkus said:Same problem. 25k. Passenger side.
dealer claimed it would dry out "in a day or so"
I told him it had condensation in it for over a week. He replaced it.
No repeat, despite thorough car washings...
I've had the problem on the driver's side for several months. Service manager acknowledged that this was not unusual and I decided to wait until the 7500 service which was scheduled for this morning. At about 4 P.M., a service person (not the manager) calls me to tell me that they need permission from Acura to make the change because it is an expensive item. This BS, is followed by a question of whether the MDX can sleepover at the dealership while permission is obtained. (What is this all about?) I reminded the service guy that this is a common problem (thanks guys) and I went along with the game because I have a 2002 RSX loaner that I am having fun with. Love the semi-automatic sequential shifter on that thing. If they don't get permission soon, I going to return the RSX,with one of those BIG cheap noisey after-market exhaust systems.:2:bomo said:I noticed this problem soon after I got my X and finally called the dealer as it progressively got worse. The service manager immediately acknowledged that this was a problem, said the units are sealed and that there should not be any condensation and although I told him the problem was on the driver's side he said he would replace both head lamps as a precaution. I was called today and told the parts were in, it would take a couple of hours but they would give me a loaner while they fixed it.