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Some condensation is normal, especially if you drive short trips. What to watch for is coolant lose and check the oil to see if it has turned milkly on you. this would indicate that you have a blown head gasket. if this is the case do not drive the vehicle anymore, as this will cause more damage to the engine.
This is an indication of a bad ground connection. Since you have replaced the cable and splitter, it suggests an internal grounding problem. If you can solder and can get to the tuner, resolder the ground points within the tuner and update this with the results.