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Water in headlight

(2005 Toyota Highlander)
in El Dorado Hills, CA on August 09, 2009
we purchased this vehicle last year-there was water in the headlight and the salesman said "that is normal fro the pressure wash" I has since hand washed this car and still get water in the headlight IS THIS NORMAL or should I hound the dealer to replace the light ? This was a certified car and we purchased the additional warranty too.
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on August 09, 2009
It apears there is TSB's on a RX330 Lexus concerning headlamp condensation, but not on a Toyota. You can drill a 1/4 hole at the bottom of the headlamp assy.
It is not normal in any circumstances for water to be present in the inside of the head light.Water inside the headlight may cause premature headlight bulb failure.
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