I have a 1997 Ford Tauras. 140,000 miles It has always seemed to have bad defrost capabilities in the winter partially with very foggy side windows, due to the driver door not being completely snug I believe (door is loud when going 70) like some bad weatherstripping. But it has been like that for years and the side windows have been a LITTLE foggy for years. Last week one morning there was water moisture and frost on the inside of the windshield. Now when the temperature is around 14 degrees (like tonight). I drove 60 miles one way and by the time I reached 40 miles of the trip I finally got to the point of not having to whipe moisture / fog off the inside of the windshield as I went down the freeway at 70 mph. The defrost was on full bore the whole time and the other side windows (four door car) and back wear completely foggy the whole time. There is heat coming out of the defrost as it was pretty warm drive, but not completely sweating in the car for the 1 hour of driving. Is enough heat coming out? Any ideas where to start with this problem?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 AT 5:09 AM