Originally Posted by BetaDnB
I have the same problem and have all along.
Actually that's not true. A/C blows dry air to help remove humidity. Most vehicles now actually route the defrost air through the air conditioner and that's not even new.
Oh, there goes my auto climate control theory!
I complained once to my dealer, and of course, "could not duplicate" was the response. It seems like, on my car, this occurs when the car isn't under much load--i.e. idling at a traffic light or I've had the a/c cut off while cruising at 65. Have you noticed any patterns?