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Hello,
I have seen several similar posts to what I am about to say. On my 2014 charger the center led tail light has begun to go out on the bottom strip. There are several led lights that have went out on both the right and left sides. There is also a section now on the left side that is much dimmer. I notice when it rains water gets into the corner of the lights and only drains out if I open the trunk. I believe the water has ruined these leds.

I plan to purchase either a new light or buy one off of eBay that is used for much cheaper. The problem is that I don’t want this to happen again. Does anyone know how to seal the light from behind or know where the water is most likely getting in at? I don’t want to waste money and have the replacement go bad in a year. I basically want to water proof the replacement I get before installing it.

I have seen repair videos online for the lights, but they seem pretty difficult. I am open to suggestions. Thanks!!
 

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Did you come up with a fix for this? I am about to tackle the same problem.
I have not figured out anyway to fix it. There are a few YouTube videos people have done of them replacing led light strips but it seems super complicated. I might just buy some water sealant type caulk and put it in any area that I suspect will let water in on the new light.
 

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Clear silicone to seal them instead caulk
 

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Give em a bath in it lol
 
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