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Old 03-14-2020, 05:53 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by piper6909 View Post
While I agree that it's most likely the infamous "foam bits" issue, the A/C does also play a critical role in defogging, as it pulls moisture from the air. If you may have noticed, every time you put a car in defrost mode, it always turns on the A/C compressor (unless it's a classic car that never had A/C).



Also, it doesn't really take much airflow to defog the side windows, but having dry air critical. So checking the function of the A/C system does apply here, as well as checking the foam baffles.
I'll stand corrected.
As soon as I confirm it's true. HAHAHAHA.

in Utah, "pulling moisture from the air" isn't a thing. ;-)

But I'll believe you.

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