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Old 01-28-2014, 04:23 PM
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Frost issues

for the last couple of morning i have had to scrap the inside of my window.
sorta annoying in -25c
I have wiped down all the seals around the doors and the hard top.
I cant see any leaks anywhere.
any advise to help stop this would be awesome


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Old 01-28-2014, 08:46 PM   #2
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Turn the heater off for a few minutes before you get out of the rig at the end of the day. You trap enough heat in the rig and no A/C to dry it. You are nice and warm, jump out, the heat condenses and freezes on the inside. You could try leaving a window cracked to let that little bit of heat escape.

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Make sure your carpet is dry, it will add humidity to the interior to collect on cold surfaces.
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:02 PM   #4
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Your problem is caused by moisture trapped in your vehicle. Make sure the heater is not on recirculate. Crack a window slightly and turn the heat up full blast on the highest fan setting. With one person in your jeep it should take about 10 minutes to clear.

I had this problem a few days ago and didn't realize that with heavy gloves on when I turned the fan speed up I accidentally hit the recirculate button. Couldn't figure out why the windows were frosting up until I saw the recirculate indicator light on. Takes only few minutes to clear once it is turned off.
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It helps to park in a heated garage a couple of times during the winter with your windows down. You are tracking snow into the Jeep, then melting it with the heater, building up the moisture in the carpets. Short daily commutes aren't enough to dry it out.

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