As subject. I had a carful of passengers yesterday and the windows fogged
up. Haven't noticed this before and wondered if the AC is faulty. If the
weather was warmer I could put the AC onto "LO" and feel the cold air coming
through, but with the temperature under 5 degrees C it doesn't seem to make
any difference if the "Econ" button is on or off.
Any advice much appreciated.
It is, but from my limited knowledge, I believe its to prevent damage to the
system if it was to try to force it to work when it could be frozen up. The
demist function still works a treat in cold weather though. Couldn't do
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Really!? In every American car I've ever owned the A/C compressor kicks in
whenever "Defog" is selected on the vent control, regardless of whether the
temperature is 80F or -20F. The purpose, obviously, is to remove moisture
from the air to help clear the windshield. I've never had a problem with
fogging windows in my Audis (the only non-American cars I've ever owned),
but then again nobody every wants to ride in them but me. (Come to think of
it, nobody ever wants to ride with me no matter *what* I'm driving. My
mother-in-law jokes about wearing a blindfold whenever I drive her
1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 9-passenger sedan
(for sale: http://www.dataspire.com/caddy )
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