Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer
I have a terrible problem with condensation inside my car, have been back at dealership who said I need to run with climate control on all the time to clear this. Even with climate control on I have a band of condensation about 3/4 inch wide along both front door windows so bad I cant see in my mirrors. I feel there is always a draft inside the car coming from the centre consul could this be the cause?, I even tried an anti fog gel that cost a tenner and it was a waste of time and effort. Anyone else got this problem or a solution?
Thanks for your help
You might want to check to see if your heater core, which is located under the dash and inside the car, is not leaking. Look to see if you have a wet rug on the passenger side. If it is not leaking then try turning you vent knob to outside air and not recirculating.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I having a bad problem with my Lancer 1.6. The car cannot start after engine temperature was hot. I need to wait until the temperature cold then the car can start ady. Any professional can give me a help?
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