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1999 Honda CR-V Question: Honda fogs up all windows in the rain..even when you/out and come back.fog

 

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cowtown, 2.0L 4 Cylinder, Blaine, WA, November 01, 2012, 00:18
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Tried everyuthing..could not figure out why the back seat door cannot open from inside. Right door ok.
4 people in car in rain foggy windows. Go and come back 2 hours later car still fogged up. Takes long time to clear with defogger.

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    November 01, 2012, 05:56
     Master

    does your blower motor work ?
    as for your rear door if it opens from the outside you will have to take the door panel off to see if the rod came off or something is broken

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    globalhelper November 01, 2012, 06:08
     Master

    sounds like the blower motor is not working properly. ck to make sure you have all speeeds.also the inside latch is broken or the door open rod has fallen of inside door panel

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    November 01, 2012, 08:10
     Master

    Also helps to have the fresh/recirc. selector on 'fresh' as stated in owners manual. Just an additional thought along WITH the others. Owners manual will also explain that A/C comes on by default with 'defrost' selection.

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    November 01, 2012, 08:12
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     Master

    IF THE AC IS WORKING, RUN IT WITH DEFROSTER. THE MORE PEOPLE IN THE CAR THE WORSE IT WILL GET.
    OR JUST TELL THEM NOT TO BREATH. EVER BREATH ON A WINDOW OR A MIRROR? IT FOGS UP RIGHT.
    THE AC IS A GREAT DEHUMIDIFIER! ADJUST HEAT AS NEEDED.

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    November 01, 2012, 08:22
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     Master

    turn your AC on...that should clear your windows...

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    cowtown, November 01, 2012, 12:57
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    i saw that it was on...so i turned it off. This vehicle is new to me I have always had GM. Thanks

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  • Answer #6

    September 06, 2014, 14:48
     Rookie

    Possible heater core leak. Any smell of coolant? Sticky film on inside of windshield? If hyou live in a very dry climate you might not
    notice it until the humidity goes up.

    Also check to make sure AC is working and cycling when in DEFROST position.

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