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I noticed some condensation or moisture inside my driver's side headlamp unit. Happens after going through a carwash or during rain. The headlight seems to work fine, but not sure if this is a problem. Has anyone seen this?
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It may not be a problem now, but may cause corrosion or blow bulbs in the future.
Water may be entering through a seam or crack in the housing? Headlamps aren't airtight and need to 'breathe' through a vent at the rear of the housing.
If the other side still looks new, you might get away with replacing the bad one. If you go with aftermarket headlamps (much cheaper), the light output/pattern may be different than Mopar, so you may want to replace both lamps. See article below:

 
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