Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
Everytime I turn on the defrost or the heater it fogs up the windows to where I can't see out of them so I have to keep it on cold and can't use the heater or defrost. What could it be and what do I do?
If it smells like antifreeze, and leaves a film on windshield, it's probably a leaking heater core, but if not, your drain tube/passage for heater/AC duct-work, is plugged and not allowing moisture to drain out. Not 100% sure where drains are on that but, I would look real close at lower firewall in engine compartment,opposite duct-work, as well as under truck near front floor, for tubes sticking out, and carefully and gently, run a pipe cleaner or similar in & out to clean, until moisture starts to run out.
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