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Re: Frost On Inside Of Windshield?

I had this happen too.

A good trick is to clean all the windows( with a good cleaner) like normal.
When you are finish use old crumpled newspaper as a finishing touch.

LOL!, I know sounds weird but this will do a good job of keeping frost away for a while.

Good luck!

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Re: Frost On Inside Of Windshield?

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Ah yes!
The days/weeks of sub-zero temps in MN with only a small Toyota 4 cylinder engine... I fondly (sic) remember the days of sitting in the vehicle for 20 minutes to get it functional. By the time the engine warmed up enough to thaw the transmission, your windshield was defrosted (inside).

Thank God for fuel injection and synthetic oils ( I was too poor back then to afford fancy synthetic oil).
LOL... ahhh yes!

One winter I used an old wood hauler 70 Chev K10 pickup. Damn thing was the biggest rust bucket... cab corners gone, couple of holes in the floorboards and no heat or defrost. You really had to dress appropriately to ride in that thing.

A frosted windshield was a constant companion but it could sure plow through deep snow with the skinny snow tires it had.

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Re: Frost On Inside Of Windshield?

its been cold the past couple of days and so far, no frost on inside anymore.

I leave my climate on auto @ 67 degrees.

In the mornings, I obviously use the windshield defroster and rear defroster. But I usually turn them off about halfway to work, which is like a 6-7 minute commute.
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