When the weather is cold and rainy here in Virginia, my windshield will get all foggy and streaky decreasing my visibility greatly. I've cleaned the inside, tried directing the cold/hot/or warm air toward the windshield, opened windows - everything to get it to clear up. The air flow doesn't seem to be very strong from the vents on the dash (which should blow directly onto the windshield). I'm on a small budget, but desperately need it fixed. What should I ask them to look for and about how much should it cost?
How much would it cost to repair the defroster for the windshield? on 1993 Toyota Corolla
by cstone3 in Lynchburg, VA on January 18, 2013
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ANSWER by globalhelper on January 18, 2013
you could have defroster vent or flow issues or heater core is leaking slightly.
COMMENT by pushrod on January 18, 2013
Agree, if AC is working turn the switch on with HEAT on defrost. That should do the trick! It works just great on my 93 Corolla!