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The windows keep steaming up on my L200 - 2003, the only way to clear them is to put heat on medium and stick air con on?

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Do u detect the sweet smell or antifreeze? It could be a leaking heater core which will cause windows to fog up. If the smell of antifreeze is present, that's definitely your problem. If no antifreeze odor, let me know.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

  • Sergei P Jan 28, 2013

    No smell. What else can it be?

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