Re: Condensation on the inside windows - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Clogged sunroof drains are a common source of dampness inside the car, and so are the taillight gaskets, as Walt noted. The gasket at the base of my car's windshield was the same as yours. It had shrunk at least an inch and had come unglued from the windshield. They're originally held on by double-sided foam tape. I found a gasket at the junkyard that hadn't shrunk as much as mine, scraped the old foam tape off, and put a new length of 3M trim tape on it. It looks much better, but with the drain in the cowl, it's not necessary for it to seal perfectly. Saab doesn't sell that gasket separately, either. It's only available with a new windshield.
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