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Condensation inside Chrysler 300 when cold outside and windows fog up

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  • jackie Jan 02, 2013

    Know thats your mom or wife.... My defrost is on...I am in need of a real answer..Thank you very much...not on this site playing games as you are...

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    SCAM KING Jan 04, 2013

    Windows will fog up when it's cold you dumb *****!

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You must be a dumb blonde! TURN ON YOUR DEFROST!!!!!

Posted on Jan 02, 2013

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Have the alternator checked. This is usually caused from a bad alternator.

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 Chrysler 300. When outside temperature is

If your car has an air conditioner turn it on as well as the heater . Air conditioned air is very dry and usually defrosts the windscreen quickly. The heat from the heater will overcome the cold air from the air/con. It is good for the air/con to be run during the winter months as well as summer, it stops the seals drying out and leaking refrigerent.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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The mildew smell you refer to could be anti-freeze. When a heater core starts leaking it may allow anti-freeze (which circulates through it for heat) to be blown through the ducts onto the windshield in defrost mode. The repair is to have the heater core replaced. It may wait for the thermostat to open and allow the coolant to circulate before you notice it. Occasionally the carpet on the passenger side may be wet from leakage.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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Yes,it most likely is,unless the heater core is leaking,just make sure it is not coolant.

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 chrysler 300. just bought

I have the same problem but I think it is caused by the control unit itself, it seems like it recirculates the air from inside even if you do not have it on recirculate. Let me know if you had this fixed so I know what I am facing. thanks

Posted on Mar 07, 2011

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Windows fog up because the humidity level inside the vehicle increases while the temperature of the windows decreases to a point where the dew point of the air is higher than the temperature of the glass. When this happens, moisture from the air condenses onto the glass. When you breath out, you increase the humidity of the air in the car because of the moisture in your breath.

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2.) Turn on the A/C compressor. This will cool the air before it passes through the heater core. Cooling air removes moisture. This is why your car drips water from underneath in the summertime when you run the A/C. It is literally removing moisture from the air.

However, if your heater isn't working (blowing cold air even when on the warmest setting), then you may have a different problem.

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