[A4] Fogging Windows...

Derek Pulvino dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 14 21:33:47 PST 2008

Oh yes, after having run around in a t44 for about 7-years, I'm  
familiar with that broken spring several times over.

Heater core seems fine.  No smells, and no coolant loss.


On Jan 14, 2008, at 9:30 PM, Zsolt Kovacs wrote:

> I am not sure about the A4, but the typical reason for this on a  
> type 44 car used to be a broken spring of the recirculating flap.  
> You may also have a small leak in the heating core, but you should  
> be able to smell that, and it would also deposit a greasy film on  
> the windows.
> Cheers,
> Zsolt
> At 08:33 PM 1/14/2008, Derek Pulvino wrote:
>> Wondering if this is a common problem, and if so one that also has a
>> common solution.
>> Only really notice the fogging occur when the weather gets cold (like
>> down to 35-Fahrenheit or so), with any precipitation making it
>> worse.  Most accumulation is on the edges of the windshield, tops of
>> the front windows, and pretty much all of the rear windows.  I'm not
>> aware of any leaks in the car, and I've got the climate control set
>> to Auto, Econ off.  Didn't get any faults with the CC in running a  
>> scan.
>> So, any ideas?
>> dp
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