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It doesn't sound normal to me.  I haven't ever heard it whether the auto stop system is on or off.
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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: WTO rules?
« Last post by JimSh on Today at 04:05:40 PM »
Listening to PMQ's today and what a lacklustre bunch of politicians we have.

If parliament cannot decide then let's put it to a peoples vote, as long as WALKING AWAY WITH NO DEAL IS ONE OF THE OPTIONS ON THE BALLOT. As an ardent leaver, I would be happy for that.
What do the remainers think?

If no option gets more than 50% of the vote then the least favourite is dropped and we have a second round of voting.
I'm  for it and agree with your opinion of politicians.
I have a few reservations about the form of the options for the vote.
A three way choice is more difficult to cater for than a binary choice.
Whoever words the questions will have to be very careful to balance the options so that neither Leave nor Remain is put at an advantage by the wording.
I am also a bit worried that the Leave campaign could revive dubious or indeed impossible claims from the first referendum (or 2nd if you're pedantic about it).
https://www.peoples-vote.uk/mythbusters
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It only shows in the reversing light part of my Civic as well, I think it is because it only shows on the clearer plastic and is invisible on the coloured plastic.
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going to the dealer is a faf as its over 50 miles away, i will see how it goes,
I would write or email them so it goes on record.
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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: WTO rules?
« Last post by JimSh on Today at 03:49:12 PM »
This piece pretty well sums up why I voted Leave and how I feel about the current Brexit situation.

http://www.brugesgroup.com/blog/the-british-road-to-dirty-war-analysis-by-david-betz-mlr-smith-1


excellent article - just about sums up the arrogant and complacent 'remain' establishment..

The Bruges Group. I followed the link to their website. Another right wing "think tank". Members include Nigel Farage, Andrew Bridgen, Mark Francois, Daniel Hannan, Norman Lamont, Owen Paterson, John Redwood, Kate Hoey, Ian Duncan-Smith,Gisella Stuart and Norman Tebbit .
Just the sort of disaster capitalists willing to destroy the country for personal gain, and without a consideration of the liveliehoods of ordinary people.

I agree with the first couple of paragraphs in that the current crop  of politicians are useless but it's mainly down to this privileged group of people divorced from the realities of most of the population that the country is in the mess it's in. The English Public School system has a lot to answer for in instilling ineptitude and arrogance in the British ruling /political classes.  From the playing fields of Eton via  Oxford and Cambridge politics degrees and into jobs for the boys.
This guy tells it better than I can.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/18/bitain-brexit-crisis-public-schools
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thanks guys

the seals looks ok (a nice black bead all around)  and it is only a very light misting, no droplets and only in the reversing light part, not spreading even to the indicator. it seems to be slowly going in the warm weather today

i had some in the front headlight the other week on the side and that has gone completely and not come back

as i said the car has been pre reg from last sept so been parked up for a few months with no miles on it when i got it and now is being used

going to the dealer is a faf as its over 50 miles away, i will see how it goes, 
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The units cannot be fully sealed as the normal expansion and contraction of air inside unit would crack the plastic, I have had condensation in Civic rear cluster after a warm day with sun on cluster and cold night,  warm air can contain more moisture than cold air and when the lens cools the moisture deposits on it.  Having said that it is not unknown for seals behind the clusters to be badly fitted and any water that runs down gutter each side of tailgate can seep through and maybe find a way in. 

I assume no water inside wheel well or elsewhere ?

I would still report it to the dealer in writing or email though, then it is in the system if you have a continuing problem with condensation, the sooner you tell them any stuff you are not happy with the better,  but put it in writing - because ' a verbal complaint is not worth the paper it is written on '..
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I would go back to the dealer and point it out. Water shouldn't get into a light unit in sufficient amounts to show up as condensation.
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Off Topic (Non-Honda) / Re: WTO rules?
« Last post by Jocko on Today at 01:13:39 PM »
Listening to PMQ's today and what a lacklustre bunch of politicians we have.

If parliament cannot decide then let's put it to a peoples vote, as long as WALKING AWAY WITH NO DEAL IS ONE OF THE OPTIONS ON THE BALLOT. As an ardent leaver, I would be happy for that.
What do the remainers think?

If no option gets more than 50% of the vote then the least favourite is dropped and we have a second round of voting.
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My understanding is that lighting units are supposed to be sealed, so any condensation indicates a fault.

I had condensation in a Focus headlight unit a few years ago and it was replaced under warranty.
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