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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-04-2011, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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My 06 Coupe is always fogged up on the inside, not too sure why... especially when it is cold. It is quite annoying since it takes a long time to de-fog. Any know how to fix this issue? The condensation is slightly ridiculous.

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For me, I just leave my windows cracked overnight. I am in a dry garage though. Else, take out the floor mats. Vacuum the car. Take any liquid containers out. That works for mine at least!



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My 06 Coupe is always fogged up on the inside, not too sure why... especially when it is cold. It is quite annoying since it takes a long time to de-fog. Any know how to fix this issue? The condensation is slightly ridiculous.
Could have a water leak, either internal (A/C) or external. Check the carpet in all the floor wells. Also check the spare tire well.

Or maybe the A/C is not working.



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Could have a water leak, either internal (A/C) or external. Check the carpet in all the floor wells. Also check the spare tire well.

Or maybe the A/C is not working.
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I know the sunroof leaks a bit, I'm assuming that would be the leak right there?
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