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    Default Condensation at top of rear passenger window

    Has anyone else had this, I'd take a picture but it's too dark

    On the drivers side rear door, I keep getting a small section of condensation at the top left side on the seal

    Easy fix?

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    thinking maybe moisture from the passenger footwell a la scuttle tray drain blocked..... mine did that until I sorted it.... wild shot but may be worth a check for 30 seconds work

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    Mine does this as well. Thought it was just cos it was wet outside and the warm air in the car doesn't get to there.

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    its nothing to do with the scuttle pannel as that is always clear

    its only in a small section, i was thinking it could be the seal, always happens when i wash car

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    it could well be the seal,, but I sorted my condensation problem out by taking out the rubber mats.

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    I have this, on both rear windows, it's just the top bit where the glass sits against the inside of the door up top. I don't have rubber mats, so can't see how that could possibly be the problem.

    I also had this happening on my astra, then i got some wind deflectors and it stopped it from happening. . . However the wind deflectors were utter crap.

    This all that's needed is to give the windows a good clean and drop the rear windows down and give the seal/padding at the top a real good dry out. That's what i'm gonna do, i also get the tiny windows at the back steam up pretty much all the time, so maybe i have moisture in the boot mannn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Chiles View Post
    I have this, on both rear windows, it's just the top bit where the glass sits against the inside of the door up top. I don't have rubber mats, so can't see how that could possibly be the problem.

    I also had this happening on my astra, then i got some wind deflectors and it stopped it from happening. . . However the wind deflectors were utter crap.

    This all that's needed is to give the windows a good clean and drop the rear windows down and give the seal/padding at the top a real good dry out. That's what i'm gonna do, i also get the tiny windows at the back steam up pretty much all the time, so maybe i have moisture in the boot mannn
    sounds like i need a good clean and an excuse to get wind deflectors lol

    i do get the boot steaming up, but i think it is mainly cause by the heat from my amp

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