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Thanks for the reply! Do you know what would cause this issue only on one tail light of the vehicle? I am just baffled as it appears to be some sort of droplet or wax type material.
Droplet or wax-like could be tree sap or something similar. The first thing I would try is a bug and tar remover
 

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Progress = going from old sports cars that used inexpensive replacement lenses and standard headlights made of glass you could change in about 2 minutes that lasted forever unless broken, to specialized plastic unitized lights that regularly fog and need refurbishment or (expensive) replacement?
You can thank de-regulation and consumer demand for making this progress happen. Vehicles used to be required to use sealed-beam headlights, so all of them used the same shape and style, since that is what was made. De-regulation allowed the use of other types of bulbs and that allowed designers to begin creating unique shapes and styles. Since people generally preferrred the sleeker and more modern look, more vehicles were designed that way and we ended up where we are today.
 
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