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I am having problems with my windscreen not demisting properly. The back window demists within 5 minutes but the front takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Any advice?

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I am having problems with my windscreen not demisting properly. The back window demists within 5 minutes but the front takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Any advice?

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Are you getting hot air blowing on your screen?
If the air doesn’t warm up, you might have a dodgy thermostat.
If there’s no air, the control wires might be seized.
If there is hot air blowing, have you got excessive misting due to damp in the car? Perhaps you’ve got puddles in your footwells.


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No air seems to be blowing on windscreen, no damp spots either

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Make sure that you "air lever" is set to external fresh air and not recirculate internal air ! wink.png



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Thanks I will try this today




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