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Re: When my ac is my on wind shield fogs up, why is that?
Check ac drain tube on the firewall...if it normally drips out onto the ground and still is, it's OK...only other thing might be the heater core which may have a pin-hole leak. Loosing any coolant? If it only sometimes does this, it may have to do with humidity in the air but it won't do that all the time though.
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this is normally caused by a bad wiper motor or binding of the wiper gears and linkage arms.
check to see if the linkage arms are tight and not loose. also try and lube up the pivot points.
another thing to check is to make sure you have 12 volts to the heater.
Actually, your manual (if you have the Touring Model) says the following:
Use a wrench to remove the mounting bolt from the underbody through the hole in the splash shield.
Remove the fog light assembly from the bumper by pulling its inner edge first, then the whole assembly out of the bumper.
Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pushing on the tab and pulling the connector down.
Remove the bulb from the fog light assembly by turning it one quarter turn counterclockwise.
Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb.
Turn on the fog lights to test the new bulb.
Reinstall the fog light assembly into the bumper. Tighten the mounting bolt.
Insert the new bulb into the assembly and turn it one-quarter turn clockwise to lock it in place.
I would take another look for the hole in the splash shield. You will need a socket wrench to remove the bolt. It is always possible that there may be a plastic cover disk of something of that sort covering the hole, or you might have to remove the splash shield itself (I doubt that), but the bolt is there. Take your time, you'll find it.
I just replaced the fog light bulb on my 2008 Azera. I went under the car and removed two screws from the protective shield. I pulled down the shield and reached up and turned the fog light socket and pulled it out of the housing, remembering which side the wires were on and removed the old bulb (Don't touch the new bulb with your hand) and replaced it with the new bulb. The job took less then 15 minutes