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pesho01
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pesho01 Dec 20, 6:51pm - #355283 
 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica GT
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Hey everybody!
quick question. now that it's getting colder of course frost builds up in the car, BUTTTTTTTTTT! for some reason my car frosts up from the inside much sooner than the other cars in the lot. is there a reason for this???? am i doing something wrong??
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ExNihilo
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ExNihilo Dec 20, 7:10pm - #355284 
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No, probably not. Its most likely just a result of large window area relative to the size of the interior. More window area = more cooling in winter (and more heating in the summer). Nothing to worry about.

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pesho01
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pesho01 Dec 20, 8:28pm - #355285 
 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica GT
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awesome thanks!
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blackcel
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blackcel Dec 20, 9:04pm - #355286 

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Make sure that when you have your defrost on, your vent is in the correct setting.

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slidr
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slidr Dec 21, 3:00am - #355287 

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Make sure that the weather stripping around your windows/sunroof is intact and not cracked.


The most important stripping is where your passenger and driver seat windows meets the rubber stripping.

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