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  1. Curious to find out if anyone has had this issue with the new body Highlander. The rear-passenger lens has been replaced four times at a Toyota dealer but continues to exhibit water getting in the lens. Not one issue with the opposite lens, only the passenger side. Perhaps it is an installation issue with improper servicing technical requirements, design issue, defect, etc? Anyone have insight into this?
  2. I have 2015 Highlander that is 36 months old. When I took it into dealer three months ago they said condensation was on right inner taillight and would cost $330 to repair. Now left inner taillight has 2 or 3 ounces of water sloshing at the bottom along with condensation. The right taillight has completely dried out. Highlander is always kept outside--had 10 inches of rain in the past month. Have no idea how water is getting into both taillights. Appears to be manufacturing defect.