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Excessive Moisture On Inside Windows

Having a problem with the front and rear windows being wet when I get into the car.

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My '87 Accord does the same thing. Very annoying and dangerous since your visibility is severely compromised. I cut a small hole in my floorboard carpeting with a boxcutter, stuck my finger in, and to my horror found that the carpet and padding underneath floormat was SOAKED inside. Like I said I had to make a small cut first to figure this out. The problem: I did some research on my vehicle and found out that my car had been registered in Chehalis, WA right before I got it and there was a major flood there about a month before I purchased it. Suddenly it all made sense. The car had been in a flood. The dampness underneath floor covering caused excess moisture on the windows. Like me, you may have a flood car on your hands.. for your sake I hope not but mine does the exact same thing...

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Could have bad weather stripping around the doors or windows.

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