[A4] Fogging Windows...

Nick Thompson sfdaytona at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 15 05:15:08 PST 2008

This is just a shot in the dark, but are you running the cabin air recirculation in the on or off position?
  I've never had this issue w/ my Audi, but in my Accord, if I run the cabin recirculation instead of fresh air, the rear windows (just the edges) seem to fog up.  If I run fresh air, it  clears up.  Sounds strange, but I thought I would put this out there just incase....

Rocky Mullin <caliban at sharon.net> wrote:
here's what i would try. we have a home-sized dehumidifier.
i'd put my car in the garage, pinch a flat cord through one
of the doors, and run the thing in the car for a couple of
days. barring better suggestions :)

On Jan 14, 2008, at 8:33 PM, 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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