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For some reason I get frost on the inside of my car's windshield and windows. I'm not sure why... There is none on the outside though.

It really pisses me off too.

I have a '91 Chevy Caprice if that helps any.

Maybe my doors don't seal shut?
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You have a lot of junk in your car?
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mine does it also. just from holes i havent sealed off, and bad seals. any moisture that gets inside is trapped. this is why my truck is being stripped on the inside and every day hole i do not use will be welded closed.

check where you ran any power wires through metal also. that will do it
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Either you have a water leak somewhere or usually a pool of melted snow can cause that too. Pull your floormats and leave them inside overnight by a fan, and let your car run for like an hour to hour and a half with defrost and floor on full blast. That should dry everything out.

If you still have problems with frosting, you know you have a water leak somewhere.
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My guess is seals.
I had the same problem in my Monte.
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You have a lot of junk in your car?
Like what? Lol, and no I have barely anything actually.


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mine does it also. just from holes i havent sealed off, and bad seals. any moisture that gets inside is trapped. this is why my truck is being stripped on the inside and every day hole i do not use will be welded closed.

check where you ran any power wires through metal also. that will do it
Well I ran my power wire under so that isn't a problem.

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Either you have a water leak somewhere or usually a pool of melted snow can cause that too. Pull your floormats and leave them inside overnight by a fan, and let your car run for like an hour to hour and a half with defrost and floor on full blast. That should dry everything out.

If you still have problems with frosting, you know you have a water leak somewhere.
Must be a water leak then because I keep my car in my heated garage with the windows rolled down so it dries everything out every night.

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My guess is seals.
I had the same problem in my Monte.
Yeah, I'm thinking it's my door seals. I thought one day I could see daylight through them once lol.
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Try door seals.
That will be a huge part.
Especially if you can see the sun thru your door.
Also try to tighten your door hinges.
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Try door seals.
That will be a huge part.
Especially if you can see the sun thru your door.
Also try to tighten your door hinges.
What should I do to them? Just replace them?
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What should I do to them? Just replace them?
You could. Id try the free method first by pulling floor mats out to dry inside overnight and let your car sit for an hour or hour and a half on high heat on defrost and floor.
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What should I do to them? Just replace them?
Try to see if there are any holes or gaps or even rips and cilicone them.
If not then try to make sure they are on all the way.
If that doesn't work come back to me.
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