I have 1998 Ford Taurus, during winter the side windows are covered with fog. Moist inside the windows become ice and very difficult to remove. Even we put on the vent or open the windows its very hard to remove. Please give us solution. Thanks
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You need to switch your air flow from recirculate...to out side input...the recirculate always fogs up when cold or wet outside...Hope this helps. Use the defrost mode...but be sure recirculate is off...
That's not unusual if you have a lot of people in the car. I will fog up because the glass is colder then the warm moist air hitting it, so the water condenses on the glass. Two ways to solve this issue. First open the windows a small amount to get rid of the warm air and introduce some cold air. OR second, set your defroster from full hot to slightly on the cool side with air circulation from the outside as well (i.e blend air as opposed to only cabin air)..
There is too much moisture inside the cabin. Either something is leaking water into the car, or your fresh air setting is not working on the hvac system. You can not run the system on recirculate and get rid of the moisture.
try running the ac as well as the heater. The ac removes the humidity (water vapour) in the air in the car which is causing the fogging up . Hot moist air on glass creates fog ( same as clouds). You will get a comfortable temperature inside without the fog
If your climate control is on recirculate, eventually the window will fog on any vehicle. I recommend placing the HVAC system on fresh air and run the ac if possible. If you want a more in depth answer, see my article and video on fogged car windows. Let me know if that helps Savic.
make sure your heater core is in good condition this could be done with a compression test, if that is fine i would make sure the climate control switch is working proper and not shorting between cold and hot
check for a heater core leak, and also the ac drain may be plugged from the condensor. if lines are ok , then its the heater core. it will cause window to fog up if bad. more so in winter, it will put a film of anti-freeze all over window on inside!
check the fuses in the car under the dash on driver side ,only other thing it could be is the power wire in the driver door jam could have a broken ground that is one way it would affect all the windows.