Of course, the waterlogged backup light has dried and has yet to return to its condensation-filled state, so there’s nothing they can do about it. I even purposely went through a car wash (touchless, of course) beforehand and nothing. Drove it in the rain the other day, too. No moisture buildup whatsoever. It’s like it never happened. Weird.

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Anyway, some progress was made. Apparently, this part is broken:

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I mentioned that it was loose, so they took a look and apparently the part is held on by several clips and one of the inner clips has broken off. No idea how or why. Either way, I don’t really care since the dealer ordered a new one under warranty.

Let’s hope the mysterious moisture problem doesn’t return!

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