Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 03:54:13 GMT
From: "Larry Palmer" <palmerlnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: window condensation when raining


I just experienced this problem with an 87 900 and the problem was the air re-circulation button had been pushed so no fresh air was coming in. Larry "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 > >

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