Manufacturers have insulated the roof. Is this a real solution?
I have a new car that I have only had for 14 months now. Every winter the inside gets FULL of ice on the windows. And I mean thick ice. It starts with condensation all over the windows in the fall, then turns to frost, then by December I wake up to thick thick ice covering all my windows on the inside nearly every day. After defrosting and running my car for 20 minutes, I have a stream of water running down the inside of my window that lands on my dash.
It is BAD. Long story short, the manufacturers know there is an issue and we want to pursue it. As a last resort they have insulated the roof of my car. Before putting in the insulation they took pictures as there were water drops and condensation all over the place up there. Now they have put in the insulation.
My question is, is that a real solution? Or a cover up? They haven't found the problem or where the moisture is coming from. Won't the moisture still get inside and get in the insulation and eventually cause mold or something similar? I feel like they haven't fixed the problem and this will come back to bite me later.
Sunday, January 29th, 2012 AT 2:48 PM