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cooldhaya 28th October 2009 11:23 PM

Fogging of Windsheild
 
hey guys i own a verna. today when driving in rain my windows started forming mist on the outside with the AC on. any ways to prevent it??i read in the manual but couldnt understand it, any clear explanations??[confused]

raj_5004 29th October 2009 08:57 AM

turn the AC circulation knob to direct air flow to the windshield vents.

cooldhaya 29th October 2009 10:18 AM

i tried that but no use!!

Renegade 29th October 2009 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by cooldhaya (Post 7282)
i tried that but no use!!

According to my car manual (Zen Estilo),Its given that first switch off the AC button.Then change the mode of air flow from circulation to fresh flow and then adjust the knob to direct flow through Window Vents

napster 29th October 2009 11:23 AM

if you want the fog to go away within a sec, just pull down and pull up your windows [lol]
trust me this will work for sure, apart from this technique, you should use the ac vents to do the job

Renegade 29th October 2009 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by napster (Post 7296)
if you want the fog to go away within a sec, just pull down and pull up your windows [lol]
trust me this will work for sure, apart from this technique, you should use the ac vents to do the job

Hahaha
cooldhaya means the main windshield napster.
Rolling the windows down helps get moisture off the Door Glasses.

racerdabba 29th October 2009 12:09 PM

Somebody forgetting deffogers here??
Use your HVAC Deffoger cooldhaya.

napster 29th October 2009 01:20 PM

oh..if its the main windshield then just turn on your ac, keep it in freeflow and let the air flow through the vents located below the windhsield. that will do

RSM 29th October 2009 01:54 PM

Yes, for front windshield, just run the AC, with direction to windscreen. It works well even in Alto, so it will work in Verna for sure. If it doesn't work, show it to dealer.

For front side window, in my Punto, there are 2 fixed direction AC vents, whoose direction is towards front 2 windows,a nd it clears the fog from there also.

Arun 29th October 2009 03:49 PM

The thread name states " Fogging of Mirrors" so I was confused. Mods take a note of this please.

Well to start with, start the heater with direction to the windscreen. If it doesn't work, park your car somewhere,get a cloth and start wiping.[lol!]


Also check if some windows were left open, by mistake off-course. Also check for gaps in the windows. Outside air can seep in through it.

I am not sure about this. Can anyone correct me here.

anuprav 29th October 2009 04:27 PM

Turn on your AC with Vent OFF, Vent switch should not be on position.

Moisture goes away in Seconds.

cooldhaya 29th October 2009 05:11 PM

hmmm i tried wat all you guys have said!! if i do like that the mist in the front windshield appears to increase!!looks like i have to show it to a dealer.

Neil.Bhujbal 29th October 2009 05:26 PM

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Originally Posted by cooldhaya (Post 7364)
hmmm i tried wat all you guys have said!! if i do like that the mist in the front windshield appears to increase!!looks like i have to show it to a dealer.

Like most of the people have said just turn on you AC & let the cool air flow through the vents under the windshield. Give it some TIME to disappear. If it is still present wipe it with a cloth keeping the AC on & the moisture wont appear again.

Arun 29th October 2009 07:34 PM

Don't tell me you tried all this while driving. [shock]

Zinam 29th October 2009 10:13 PM

Hey Cooldhaya!

Make sure you turn your AC to Heat Mode!

Then Turn your Air Direction towards Windsheild!

Then Turn your Speed to 4.

This will definitely remove the fogging!

I think you would have forgot to change the direction of the Air to windsheild!


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