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Old 01-21-2009, 10:48 AM   #31
MiroE36
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Did you try asking the dealership what could cause the fogging? Maybe they have a solution for once. Personally i think this fogging is an air circulation issue. wet floor is another issue, maybe hole maybe door seal, or water vapour barrier in the door. Even the smallest hole could lead to wetness. Do you have a sun roof?
Yah i got one, but i think this one is fine. There is no rust anywhere, and works perfectly, even the seal doesnt seem worn or faded. I've had the car in pretty bad rain and didn't get a single drop. The headliner was never wet or shows any stains that would represent a collection of water.

I'll really have to look into this during spring,

but as someone said above, leaving the sunroof open and taking my mat out to dry, giving the carpet a chance to dry does make a big difference.
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