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Jonprice Jonprice is online now
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Mein Auto: E93 335i M Sport Conv
e93 335i rear window condensation problem

Hi all,

I've got a 2008 e93 335i convertible and recently (past few weeks) I have found that the rear window is mildly condensated enough to put the rear window heater on-not just when you first get in on a cold-ish morning.

I was on a 4 hour drive yesterday and it kept fogging up, the A/C is running all the time (I don't turn it off) so I kept having to put the rear heater on to get rid of the mist.

Reason for the post is I am not sure whether anyone could advise whether a seal has perished to cause this? I

Not sure if anyone else has experienced this?

Thanks!
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