I've Googled the querry to my heart's content, but after blaming my lack of success on the time of night, I've decided to post up my plea for help here. Recently, I've noticed that whenever we have inclement weather (rain, snow, a good car wash), the driver-side backup light on my '11 hatchback fills up with water and sediments. I first noticed it when I opened the hatch after a good snow storm and got a raining on from the access panel. I'm not sure how to go about fixing it, and when I checked with a tech at the dealership, he said "you'll probably have to replace it". Soooooooo.....has anyone dealt with this and managed to fix it without replacement? Or is replacement my only (safe) option?
P.S., I can post pictures after the sun rises and I can go outside and take a pic of it.