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2012 Hyundai Elantra GLS
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Moisture is getting into your car somehow. On older cars, sometimes a leaking heater core can create this.
It might have something to do with the ventilation setting as on my Limited I've noticed The default setting seems to be for the outside air vent to remain open. So If switching the A/C to on, I have to press the button for recirculation which closes the outside vent. Kind of weird but could see this being a problem in cold climates.
@MidnightBass - I have the same problem like you. I live in Montreal. My car is the only one in the street whit this kind of problem. I need to keep the engine on for minutes to have my windows cleaned. I never use the recirculate air function so I have no explanation for that.
I want to talk with the dealer about it.
I live in Victo and I had the same problem this week, windows completely frosted from the inside in the morning. It is because there is water in the car. I have pants saver floor mats because I hate when the water and salt go through the carpet, leave dirt and salt and make the floor to rust after a few years, so I noticed they were full of water, I emptied them and Voilà! problem solved. If you don't have pants saver floor mats maybe your carpet is wet and the water evaporates at night.
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