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Fogs up a lot when it rains because my defroster only goes up to 2 sometimes it will go to 3 but when i want to defog it wont peugeot 206 2006

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Check for water leaks in the lower part of the body, below the wind screen

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SOURCE: windows fogg up even with the defrost on

You must turn on the A/C button while in defrost mode. The A/C acts as a dehumidifier rather than cooling the vehicle. Try it...it works. FYI....The Air Conditioner has a duel use in this vehicle.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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it may be, but could be that the a/c compressor is not coming on to remove the moisture from the air. Visit honestautoestimates.com for free estimates on repairs and information regarding any repair.

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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SOURCE: When the windshield defrost is on there is a odd

the defrost circuit is shorting out.....unfortunately they don't make things the way they use to, what is happening is the defog circuit is actually bare wiring strips (not dangerous) that are exposed to heat the windscreen, hence removing the dew that is caused by the moisture that is produced
as they age, they wear out, now you will find if you look closely is that the strip that is there will not be a uniformed clean strip of metal but a chalky, possibly black section where it does not clear the window and this is where you can repair it.

at your local auto shop, there should be a defog repair kit, that has a metal paste in it thayou paste on with a little brush

its an easy quick fix repair you can do on the weekend

tell me how it goes

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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Check your carpet on the passenger side and the middle for moisture. It sound like your heater core is leaking. Can you smell antifreeze?

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

SOURCE: My car windows fog up and my heat is not working ... I mean it works but takes lot if time to be on ... So I don't know how to defog windows without heat .. Anyone can help me

sounds like a bad heater core inside under your dash

Posted on Nov 11, 2012

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the defrost circuit is shorting out.....unfortunately they don't make things the way they use to, what is happening is the defog circuit is actually bare wiring strips (not dangerous) that are exposed to heat the windscreen, hence removing the dew that is caused by the moisture that is produced
as they age, they wear out, now you will find if you look closely is that the strip that is there will not be a uniformed clean strip of metal but a chalky, possibly black section where it does not clear the window and this is where you can repair it.

at your local auto shop, there should be a defog repair kit, that has a metal paste in it thayou paste on with a little brush

its an easy quick fix repair you can do on the weekend

tell me how it goes

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