Question about 1998 Volvo V70
Seems like you've got some damp in there.
1) Check that the run off's are not blocked. These are the pipes that allow water to run off the front screen and the plastic below it. Under the bonnet / hood.
2) Could be damp in the cabin pollen filter. Clean out the housing, check the seals and replace the filter.
3) Check that the carpets are not damp - could be hole in the bodywork cause by rock or some such.
4) If it is an estate car / station wagon, in the back behind the seats, near where the seat belts go in, there is a "vent" at each side. Behind the plastic slotted cover is a block of foam rubber. Check these are dry.
5) Try clean the windscreen / windshield with a solvent based cleaner. Then use a product such as FogX
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Most like its the heater core
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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