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The defroster on my 2010 Impala has worked fine the last 4 years. This year when the outside temp gauge reaches 34 degrees all the inside windows fog over?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So you have the vent settings to blow out of the windshield vents and still have fogging?
You can dry out the air more quickly if you use the air conditioner setting. It sounds backwards, but this is exactly what the manual in my older car said to do. (Some cars are electronic control and won't let you do this however - or they do it automatically with the defrost vent settings).
For the older car, I would set the heat to the hottest setting and press in the a/c button. The a/c dries out the air, but it does not have to be set to run cold.
Another thing that could help is to make sure that you do not have the vents set for "recycling" the air. The picture should look like a u shapped arrow. Make sure it is not pressed in.
Posted on Dec 20, 2011
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