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Hi all can anyone tell me if condensation on the binnicale clocks is normal on a coldish morning? I went out to my car on Tues morning around 0745am and as i made my way into work i noticed a definite fogging effect across the majority of the instrument cluster.To my knowledge there nothing damp or no leks within the car. Any advice or if any of you have come across this before id love to hear you're thoughts? Cheers Martin
 

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I've never come across this on either of my Kugas :unsure:
 

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Not that I've noticed but then again mines garaged overnight
 

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Could you have left a window slightly open over night allowing the night air to get into the car?

I did this the other night when we had a lot of fog the following morning and the inside of the windows were all covered in dew.

Just a thought.
 

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HI guys and thanks for the replies, but this so far has only happened the once and im a stickler for checking my windows are definitely closed. I will keep you posted if it happens again,cheers martin
 
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