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Moisture inside My 2008.5 Mazda 3 keep giving me moisture problem. All windows was easy to buildup the moisture and it is freeze with the tiny layer of ice last night after a dinner. The recirculate is off all the time. I don't think my carpet is wet as well.

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  • nahara7 Feb 25, 2009

    I also have the same problem with moisture buildup/ice on the inside of my windows and on my gauges in my 2007 mazda 3, so far I have taken it to the dealer twice and both times they tell me it's nothing, and that when it happens again to take my car in & leave it overnight so that they may see the problem and find where the moisture is coming from, not sure how this will help since the moisture is not localized, I think they just want me to prove I'm not making it up. So far I have not had the problem again, it's been too warm, so I'm still waiting to see if something happens that will get their attention.

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HI,AS CAR IS SO NEW ,TAKE CAR BACK TO DEALER,MAY HAVE WATER IGRESS WHEN IT RAINS,THANKS.

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