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Old 02-16-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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I am getting moisture on the inside of the windshield at night w the temp around 40 45 outside the heater core has been replaced and isn't leaking. What else would cause this?
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I'm not too sure if this will help, but my moms car has the issue if the windows aren't completely sealed, like in the locking position, frost will form on the inside windshield. Maybe make sure they're all the way up?
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Re: moisture on the inside of the windshield

you might have some moisture trapped in the car, try cracking the windows open during the day. also check all over for moisture. might try putting something in the car that absorbs moisture, like a handfull of those cylicone packets, roll up the windows for that though. then see if the moisture comes back. also make sure you windows are clean, dirty windows can attract moisture.
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Re: moisture on the inside of the windshield

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I am getting moisture on the inside of the windshield at night w the temp around 40 45 outside the heater core has been replaced and isn't leaking. What else would cause this?
That's normal I believe and it has more to do with the humidity in the air than anything else.
As long as your defroster vents are unobstructed a few minutes of hot air blowing on them usually clears it right up.
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