When the temperature and moisture level outside are greater than inside the car, moisture will condense on the exterior of the car glass. In this situation, the trick is to increase the temperature on the inside of the car to accumulate less moisture on the outside. Keep the following tips in mind:I've had my Cruze for about a year now, and overall it's fine. However, at certain temperatures/humidity levels, the outside of the windshields steams up badly. I can run the wipers, but it comes back instantly. Defroster doesn't seem to work. Anyone else experience this?
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