Not certain if anyone has ever experienced this, or not. I came back to the MS the other day (after a rain) and looked up to see that BOTH of my front scare lights were half full of water!!! I checked to see if the silicone caulking at the top of the light mount was still in place, and it's there. Thankfully.
I am going to "drain" the water from inside of the fixture over the weekend. I will also make certain that there is no real damage to the fixture. Should I run some silicone caulking around the lens, too? Or is there some other tip that might help? The unit is parked level front-to-back and side-to-side. Maybe I need to invest in the rain gutter spout "extensions" in order to miss the lights when the rain runs off the roof.
Any input that you might offer would be greatly appreciated.