|10-28-2012 08:56 PM|
I left a window down overnight a couple weeks ago and had a lot of moisture in the car. I bought a box of baking soda and left it in the car for a couple days. Everything dried up.
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|10-28-2012 04:22 PM|
|10-27-2012 04:48 PM|
I could smell coolant inside with the heater on, but none of it leaked inside the cabin.
3 weeks later and having the doors and dashboard removed from my car... works great now :p
|10-26-2012 06:34 PM|
|10-26-2012 03:48 PM|
Just to be sure, check your floor boards to see if you have wet carpet and open the trunk or hatch and look in the spare tire well.
I remember a couple of posts where water was found inside the vehicle.
|10-26-2012 03:05 PM|
|dan50||Any chance your climate control is switched to "recirculate"? That and a big temperature drop could do this.|
|10-26-2012 02:02 PM|
|10-26-2012 01:55 PM|
|mikebontoft||you will want to make sure it doesnt do this during the real winter. my brothers old Suzuki used to do it and eventually that condensation turned into ice every morning... he had to scrape it off the inside as well as front because it took too long to just let it defrost.|
|10-26-2012 01:50 PM|
|10-26-2012 01:12 PM|
|BetaDnB||^^^Thanks. Let's just hope condensation doesn't build up so much it drips on the bulb.|
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