First i resealed everything, didn't work...
Then i took it to toyota and claimed the condensation was in the headlights when i first got it...right.
I had the same problem, take it to your dealer and have them look at it. Through all the rain florida gets in the summer, i have not had my lights get condensated after i took it to toyota
Does it cost you anything to let toyota to have a look at it?
My head lights look kinda dirty also so I want to clean it out. I've read on how to do that and such. There is a step where you have to actually put it into the oven so that you can remove the plastic of the head light thing. Is that step neccessary?