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This is a discussion on these foggin' windows.. within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; It's that time of year again. Cold and rainy = fogged up windows. Drives me up the damn wall. I've ...

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    these foggin' windows..

    It's that time of year again. Cold and rainy = fogged up windows. Drives me up the damn wall. I've never owned a vehicle that liked to fog the windows as much as the goat. Running the A/C is about the only way I've found to cure the problem.

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    Dont feel alone. My GTO does the same and the A/C clears it quicker and clearer than the defrost does and you dont have to have it on artic (full blue).
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    mine fogs too

    I think it is where so much rain from the windshield cowl area collects so much water through the fresh air intake. It of course drains out through the drain tube but it is a lot of fog.

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    Supposed to run the A/C when the defog is on. That's just like cars over here do automatically.
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    Yup, seems to be a common problem. I did have another car that did it too, but it was a 68 Galaxie with a non-functional defrost system

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    Just use the Rain-X interior glass cleaner with anti-fog. Leaves streaks, but works like a charm. No interior fog ever since the first application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by damon_Z View Post
    Just use the Rain-X interior glass cleaner with anti-fog. Leaves streaks, but works like a charm. No interior fog ever since the first application.
    I may try that. I've also read where people have used it and the fog situation either didn't change or actually got worse. No more than the stuff costs though I may give it a shot and use it during the winter only.

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