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Foggy patch on window

Every morning, I go out to start my car there is this annoying patch of condensation in the field of vision. I wipe it away with a paper towel or rag, but it returns the next morning. Could there be a leak or should I adjust a setting somewhere?

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Try some anti fog spray they use on Glasses and other glas items like shower doors. If it is in the same place evertime, I would look for the source. Is the car facing the sun coming up? Is there a garage windo that the sun is shining through and landing on this part of the window? Any liquids left in the car overnight that could be evaporating? try these and give me as much info as you can and I can figure out where this is coming from.

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You may have a bad seal allowing water from the outside in. Check your floor carpets after a rain storm, or lift the rugs and see if any water has accumulated. The evaporate will end up on your interior windows, especially as the sun hits your car (like a greenhouse). You may also have a bad heater core which is allowing a trace amount of coolant to be sent into your passenger compartment. Pressure test the system at a radiator shop and/or check your coolant level regularly for signs of loss.

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