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    Default Rear window very slow to clear

    Hi,

    As per the title my rear window is very slow to clear. Sometimes it clears fine and then other times its fine.

    Is there anything I can do/try before thinking about replacing it?

    Thanks

    Carl

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    I use the air con to clear it quicker.

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    Check for dampness in the boot or the rear footwells - too much misting up is usually due to a leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dal5band View Post
    Check for dampness in the boot or the rear footwells - too much misting up is usually due to a leak.
    I think this could be the answer!! My boot has been damp and I have found water in the spare wheel before.

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