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Re: Serious Condensation
There could be a small leak from the heater matrix which would cause condensation. Check the coolant level and monitor it to make sure it's not dropping. That said you only need a small leak to cause a lot of condensation so the coolant level may not change much.
Check the carpets around the centre console / bulkhead area...do this by using a piece of kitchen roll pressed onto the carpet as this will show if it's wet better than feeling with your hand.
Any strange smells from the heater....often like a sort of curry smell?
If the car lives outside overnight you can get condensation on the inside in cold damp weather, especially if the car has sat in the sunshine all day.
Please take the time to enter your vehicle details in the "What's current in your garage?" box.
To do this:
Hover over the "TOOLS" tab at the top of the page
> then in the dropdown click on "User Dashboard"
> click on "Edit Your Details" at the top Left hand side.
> scroll down to the "What's current in your garage?" box and enter your vehicle details.
> Once the details are entered scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes"
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