That's is still a Toyota Manufacture Defect. My buddy had the same problem, but out of warranty also. He complained and wrote letters to Toyota until they gave him a new light. There wasn't enough silicone put on when the light was made, which is a Toyota defect. The light housing should never allow moisture to enter, unless you took the light apart and painted the inside, but didn't seal it properly, then it will be your fault. I would complain if it happens to me. Just a heads up.