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Water droplets inside on windshield

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#1 OFFLINE   JeanLucBlue


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Posted 11 December 2018 - 07:59 PM

Hey all,


I have started to notice this year, that when getting into my car in the AM the inside of the windshield has 'wet' condensation from over night, but I also have water droplets too especially on the side of the windows near the pillars but also in the middle. I rub the outside of the windshield to make sure it isn't on the outside and it isn't. Does anyone else have or had this problem? The droplets run down the inside of the windshield to the pillars and drip into the speaker located at the end of the pillar under the bottom corner of the window.  I have to use a towel to dry the rest especially in the middle of the windshield.  Any suggestions?


Thank you...attached some pics...all that you see is inside the window. 

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#2 ONLINE   plus 3 golfer

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Posted 11 December 2018 - 08:09 PM

There’s too much moisture in car. Is your cowl area free of debris? Any time (in other cars) that I’ve had condensation (no coolant smell) inside car a body drain has been plugged - AC drain, cowl drains, sunroof drains and so forth and water gets in car. Check if your carpets are damp.

Edited by plus 3 golfer, 12 December 2018 - 12:26 PM.

#3 OFFLINE   grege


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Posted 12 December 2018 - 02:34 AM

Make sure it's not coolant that's starting to leave an interior window film; bad heater cores will cause that. 



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