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MalibuJack
post Feb 3 2015, 10:23 AM
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So up here in canada we have had a colder than usual winter. One thing that I have been pretty frustrated over is the fact that my windows frost up from the inside CONSTANTLY. Again this is with my 2013 Elantra... I never had this issue with my 2009 GLS... So I am wondering if others are having the same issue?

The frost becomes so bad that it takes almost 40 minutes to clear the rear window with the defroster on and the heat on max up front. The re circulation button is not enabled and the AC is running (I already know of those tips). I have also on occasion driven with my windows partially open to help clear out the moist air...but that is only a temporary measure.

Now granted I do tend to track snow into the car so it does collect in the winter floor mats, but I have also needed to dump out the water occassionally.

I was under the impression that with the AC on, and the heat on high, the moisture would be removed from the car so that this would not happen, but such is not the case.

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RPW00Mirage
post Mar 16 2015, 02:31 PM
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that is terrible lol. my fiance does that shit all the time... so i make her go start her own car now.


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post Mar 16 2015, 02:36 PM
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QUOTE (RPW00Mirage @ Mar 16 2015, 02:31 PM) *
that is terrible lol. my fiance does that shit all the time... so i make her go start her own car now.



Hahaha good man.


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