It appears you are correct, GM Parts Direct, shows no such item .It appears as though these cars do not have cabin filters. I am in Welland and I have yet to have a problem with fogging windows.
It appears you are correct, GM Parts Direct, shows no such item.It appears as though these cars do not have cabin filters. I am in Welland and I have yet to have a problem with fogging windows.
In my case the windshield only fogs when i turn on the defrost, the glass isn't fogged when i get in, like it would be when the carpet is wet and in that case usually all the glass fogs. If one gets condensation on the windshield, its usually a seal issue (gap in the sealant)It's called condensation. The inside of the car and the outside temperature are different which in turn makes condensation. It's normal during this time of year.
Exactly, this has happened on all the vehicles I've ever owned. In the right conditions, turning the defroster on before the engine is warmed up will cause this to happen. It's a PITA, but normal.That's nothing to worry about, onve the tmperature of the engine comes up you'll get warm air blowing through the system. Remember there's moisture in the air all the time and on cool mornings when the car is still cold the HVAC system will just blow the cold moist air through the system and can initially help fog up the windshield till there's warm air blowing.
The only two settings I ever use are full defrost, or I use the bi-level setting. I never use the defrost/feet setting. I would say that 90% of the time I'm using the full defrost since by the time I get to work, or home the windows have just barely defrosted themselves. That's why I'm not understanding why I have a moisture issue seeing as how I predominantely use the defroster.You may not have the selector switch that controls where the heat goes in the proper place. When making the selection for the warm air to come out on your feet you also have the option to direct some of the air on the windshield, and also on the side windows by the rear view mirrows. When in the heater position you can direct all the air to come out on your feet, or move the switch a small amount to direct the air in both places. You can tell where the air is going by the sound. The switch is not market for both of these locations, you must expermint to find out for yourself.