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water building inside my windshield

 
Old 09-28-2004, 06:45 PM
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when it rains i get more water inside my windshield than outside, and its not leaking or anything just sooooooo much moisture on the inside and no matter how much i wipe it or dry it i cant see out of it when its wet , like its chalky and ****, ahhhhhh
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Did you check the heater core?
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So the water is getting on the inside of the winshied? I would think to just put on the ac if you have it. You don't have to actually cool the car with the ac you can just put it to hot or whatever and then the ac uses its condenser to remove the moisture from the air. Just a thought though
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