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Make sure you're not in recirc mode. You need to pull fresh air through the system to clear your windshield.
Yeah I'm pretty sure I've tried that but I'll try again when I get off work here in an hour. By A/C you mean the button with the snowflake on it, correct? Just clarifying so I know exactly what to try. I'm pretty sure I've tried every variation of settings but I'll see if that setting fixes it. Does the engine need to be heated/blowing hot air in order for it to work? Because with the weather lately it can take quite a bit of time for the a/c to heat up.It's possible that may be the issue. I've never heard of the outdoor air and A/C on with the heat on, all at the same time, not keeping the Windows clear. I put my heat on and turn on the A/C. And within seconds the Windows are cleared.
I agree. Many times at night when I would have the A/C on quite cold (I really like the cold lol), the windshield would start to get condensation at the bottom from the cold air hitting the windshield.Pretty obnoxious that the ducting system allows any air to hit the windshield at all when I'm not meaning to. This is by far the most annoying thing about GM cars (many non-GM cars do it as well, but in my experience nearly all GM cars do it)...and I'm a GM loyalist.