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During the cold weather all
you have too much humidity in the cab. there are drain plugs on the floor under the carpet, open them to let the water out. find a heated garage, use a shop vacuum to dry out the carpets if they are very wet and use either fans with the doors open, and/or a dehumidifier over night to get it all out. you might need up to 24 hours to do this but it will solve half of you problem.
next, rub some white grease on the rubbers around the doors, that will prevent them from freezing and breaking which will leave the truck very hard to heat.
that should solve the humidity but if you have coolant loss inside the cab, you will have to solve that problem first.
also check from where the water is coming from. if it's because of the snow, buy some "pants savers " basically, rubber mats to put on the floor so you can drain the water when the heat melts the snow.
on Apr 19, 2011
I have the A36 "Service
Honda Service Codes
"A" indicates tne need for an oil and filter change only
"B" indicates the oil and filter and the periodic safety, mechanical and emissions systems inspections.
The number that follows either letter indicate the need for additional maintenance services:
1 = tire rotation
2= air filter replacement
3= transmission oil replacment
4= spark plug replacement, valve adjustment and timing belt replacement
5= coolant replacement
6= VTM (4wd) differential fluid replacement
***************A36= a+3+6 need to be serviced
on Apr 19, 2011
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