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Rob1967 May 20, 2017

  1. Rob1967

    Rob1967 Registered User

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    When driving along and out side temperature starts to drop my scream starts to steam up an is annoyingly hard to clear.i press windscreen button and it blows cold air out fast to clear scream but as soon as I press it again it steams up any way to stop this
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  3. Simon968

    Simon968 Registered User

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    Are you driving with the A/C on or in Econ mode?
    The only time I've had mine steam up was when it had been into the garage and they had turned the A/C off and I hadn't realised.

    I normally run mine in Auto mode and it's fine.
     
  4. S3Steve

    S3Steve Registered User

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    If your windscreen is steaming up with the aircon on try selecting recirc this should stop the windscreen steaming up.


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  5. Rob1967

    Rob1967 Registered User

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    Thanks for reply
    I always use econ mode as thought auto mode used more fuel
     
  6. Furryhobnob

    Furryhobnob Registered User

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    Econ isn't air con, try putting the air con on with the air going onto the windscreen, will demist it quite quick

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  7. Simon968

    Simon968 Registered User

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    Econ mode turns the A/C off.
    Probably uses slightly less fuel, but I can't say as I've really noticed much difference to my mpg with the A/C on or off in any car I've owned, so I just leave it on and enjoy the comfort :sunglasses:
     
  8. 1210tech

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    I always use AC mode but never have the air flow directed onto the windscreen, I always select dash vents and footwell vents or just dash vents on their own, never had the windscreen mist or steam up in any weather even with no air flow onto it
     
  9. Rob1967

    Rob1967 Registered User

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    Ok thanks will try what you guys are suggesting
     

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