earthworm said:Any anti-freeze odor?
Monitor your coolant level - this must NEVER drop...
How is your heat intensity ?
And does the AC function - this makes a good dehumidifier along with the heat.
Nearly forgot; has the cabin filter ever been changed and the composted gathered up ?
And, lastly, have the drains ever been cleaned ?
This is all normal service work..
You can use the AC for warm air too, and the AC will remove any moisture from the air before moving it into the cabin. In some (most?) cars when you turn on the defroster the AC will automatically be turned on because warm dry air will defog the windows better than warm moist air (which would potentially fog them more).GO-SAAB-GO said:the ac works great, but did u hear me say its winter i dont want cold i want heat. lol
Turn off cabin air circulation button. Allow outside air to be mixed with cabin air.GO-SAAB-GO said:well its winter time again, and my windows keep fogging up. what can i do or use to help prevent this? my car is a 97 900s saab, and yes the both the defrosters works fine. its just they keep fogging up like crazy even when its just me in the car.
A friend of mine used to drive his car in recirculate mode all the time and wondered why it always fogged up. :roll: When mine fogs up, I usually put the sunroof in the vent position (back end tilted up). That seems to let the moist air out and doesn't let rain or too much cold air in. Sometimes I'll use the A/C.SIGP2101 said:Turn off cabin air circulation button. Allow outside air to be mixed with cabin air.
Good catch, SigPSIGP2101 said:Turn off cabin air circulation button. Allow outside air to be mixed with cabin air.