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Hi My side windows fogg up to the point i can't see anything. Now--- i do have a problem with climate control dash lites, I'm not sure if they are related. My defroster , and all the settings work ok, i'm baffeled by this problem. can u help

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Lights would not be related but the fog is caused by dirty pollen filter, if you do not want to get an expensive resistor than it is easier to change much cheaper filter.

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