Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 17:38:45 -0000
From: "SimonJ" <menopsam.com>
Subject: Re: window condensation when raining


"Denis Clegg" <dcleggnopsam.stanford.edu> wrote in message news:cTXj6.4247$TD1.326075nopsamsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... > I have an 84 Saab 900. Last year I replaced the heater valve, because it > was leaking. I thought that would solve terrible interior window > condensation problems when it was raining. No such luck. The windows get > so fogged up you can't see out despite heater use in all manners. I should > add, the air conditioning is out of freon, so I can't use that to help > remove the condensation. Does anyone have an idea what it causing this > problem. I non- rainy days, it is not an issue. Makes me think rain water > is getting inside somewhere and condensing on the heater core. > TIA > > Check the drians on heater system, and check the air recurculitning flap isnt stuck closed. Get the aircon fixed, if you leave it out of gas for too long, the seals will dry up and leak.

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