Forums Technical Discussions Headlights and tail lamps fog formation issue on Jeep Compass

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  • #8920
    rahulb14rahulb14
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    Hey,  anyone facing fog formation issues after driving. Company says this is normal, but have never noticed it in any other cars

    #8956
    abhinavabhinav
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    @abgpt

    Many Jeepers have faced it, goes away on it’s own.

    #9111
    Dijin_IdiculaDijin_Idicula
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    @dijin_idicula

    This happens to my jeep all the time, especially during the rains. But it goes off on it own without causing any damages.

    #9117
    rahulb14rahulb14
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    @rahulb14

    Only thing I feel odd is why only in Jeep, I have not noticed similar issue with any other car.

    #9154
    mathewantonyjohnmathewantonyjohn
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    @mathewantonyjohn

    The fogging phenomenon in the headlights/Taillights are just like the fogging that we see on the windshield. Same principle!. When there is moisture inside the lamp casing,if the surface of the headlights/tail lamps are colder than the dew point.The moisture condenses to form the foggy effect. A good logical method would be to remove the moisture somehow! Silica gel maybe ???

    Btw I am very much frustrated with my JC as the fog has now become small droplets of water.

    I enquired with my jeep dealer. They said they have cap to fix this. “waiting to get this fix done”

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by mathewantonyjohn.
    #9181
    asiftajasiftaj
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    @asiftaj

    iam facing fog issue in reverse camera also

    #9182
    mathewantonyjohnmathewantonyjohn
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    @mathewantonyjohn

    the reverse camera will be replaced under warranty

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