Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 07:05:17 +0800 From: "Glenn" <splitscreennopsamnet.au> Subject: Re: Help!!!!
It may be possible that your heater core is leaking "darran.hill" <darran.hillnopsamorld.com> wrote in message news:39CA5810.FAFC1811nopsamorld.com... > I have a 1996 900sx which has several niggly problems.......but one is > driving me mad and costing me money.....can any one help. > > During wet or damp weather the car will quickly steam up, excessivley > with a very heavy fog on the rear and front windscreens and also on the > rear side windows, the fog is to heavy to be removed with a chamois or > cloth. This happens quickly i.e. within seconds of the car starting and > regardless of the blower or cabin temperature settings. > > To get rid of the fog or avoid it I have to use the A/C which clears it > quickly, but if I don't keep the A/C on then the fogging quickly returns > (30 seconds to 1 minute) to drive permanantly with the A/C on is not > very cost effective and also effects my performance so I don't really > class this as a solution although I'm having to do it to avoid crashing > through lack of vision. > > I have checked all the seals which appear intact, there are no damp > carpets or panels, the air re-circulation is working and IS NOT on, when > using it I can hear it whirr and when switched on the fogging occurs > even quicker. > > Any suggestions gratefully received. > > Thanks in advance, > > Darran >