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Old 24-12-2017, 02:53 PM   #4
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Not uncommon when we are having foggy/misty weather and these big variations in ambient temp. Even when you are driving around with the heater on it is pulling fresh air in from outside, so even if your checks don’t reveal an obvious source, it could just be the moisture in the air itself. Could also be damp carpets/mats from wet feet. Use the air con if the car has it, even when the heater is on hot, as it will dry the air and may reduce the problem.
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