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We've had the discussion before, there shouldn't be any condensation inside the headlamp unit.
If your dealership tells you otherwise, try another dealer.
I dont see how the headlights can be sealed as you can remove the bulbs which leaves a big hole in the back of the unit, which means that there is air in the unit which therefore means that there is moisture in there as well.
My A4 cab's headlights misted slightly for 5 years with no detrimental effect.
I have also noticed a slight misting on the bottom edge of the lights on my A5, it soon goes though.
I also have had this.
It happened one night when it was cold & misty = condensation. But soon disappeared.
I took delivery of my audi yesterday, drove it home and noticed this problem
It's gone today but I'll keep an eye on it. Good to know I'm not alone but it's odd that some people are living with this and others are getting replacement parts.
This normally happens in the first week but then should go away and not come back. If the problem persists then get the dealer to sort it.
I had this for the first 2 days, spoke with the dealer and they told me that once I had driven the car a bit the heat from the lights would sort this out and it would happen again.....and this turned out to be the case.