This is an excellent point. Remember, the A/C compressor will not come on below 40F in the Acadias. This limits the HVAC system's ability to remove moisture from the air. Its not a problem when you are bringing in fresh air to heat up, as this air will be realtively dry. But if there is already a lot of moisture in the vehicle from snow/slush etc., its going to take awhile to dry all that out.robindcs said:..... Open the drivers window about one inch to let the moisture out.
Yeah, it always looks kind of funny, but the problem Is timeless, so what’s the harm?Responding to a thread that is 10+ years old has to be some sort of record.
No harm, just makes me scratch my head wondering how someone stumbles onto a 10 year old thread.Yeah, it always looks kind of funny, but the problem Is timeless, so what’s the harm?
Whenever I see these complaints I wonder if it’s caused by a freak day where there was high humidity followed by a precipitous drop in temperature. All my years growing up and living in New England - never recall anyone scraping ice off the inside of a windshield! But here in the Carolinas I have experienced extreme condensation on the inside of my windshield due to all the extreme humidity down here - but no temperature drop low enough to cause it to freeze (yet).
Must have led a garaged life. LOL Our livery fleet suffers from frost inside the windows every harsh winter. Gets especially bad if the car's/bus's interior is still damp after cleaning it.I've lived my life in the mid-Atlantic. Have experienced inside condensation but never ice.