Alright, this keeps on happening. I leave my car in a car park and at the end of the day I come back to it and out of like 100 cars there my car is the only one with windows fully fogged up on the inside
usually on days that are a bit damp, but not always. sometimes nice sunny days too lol
is there some vent that could be blocked up or is my car leaking somewhere magically? well hope someone has some ideas, because it just looks silly.
im not sure of the procedure of the E36, but i know on my E30 it was quite a chore, practically had to remove the entire center console just to access it and sure enough it was all wet back there all around the heater core...changing it is fun
__________________ Kyle Sutherland
1995 BMW 540i/6: The Calypso Beast Vid 0-70ish 1987 BMW 325es: Face & Butt Lifted/M50tu Swapped*Sold* 1985 VW Scirocco: Too many mods, money pit*Sold* E34 Plate Filler Wanted!
try putting one of those damp rid moister collector behind one of your seats for like a week and try and dry out the car.... i figure if the moisture is in the air enough maybe one of those would help...
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