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Windows steaming up in the inside.

Had new door seals put on and heater core replaced last winter. The windows are steaming up again this year. The higher I turn the fan on for heat, the more the windows steam up.

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Check for water in the heating duct, you have to get under nearth the dashboad, see if there are water, and where it comes from. the only way the windows steamup is by steam (hot water.), and check for the door operation, you may not have the AC or the cold air mix.

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