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Old 03-18-2009, 09:28 AM   #1
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film on inside of windshield?

Lately I've been getting a cloudy, yellowish film on the iside of my windows. I will wash them and it will return usually within a week or two. Any help? TIA
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Old 03-18-2009, 09:31 AM   #2
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That could be from a number of things. Do you use any dressings for the dash board or interior plastics? Do you use leather or upholstery cleaners or conditioners?

All of those can evaporate and cause a build up of film. Apart from that, you can get anti-fog treatments but that wont fix the root cause of the film in the first place.
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Do you fart a lot in the car? judging by the yellowish color, it could be methane build up*
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Foam melting from using the defroster and gelling back on the windshield?
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Bad heater core? My 99 does this, its extremely annoying, pretty sure its the leaky heater core in that car.

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I head Saab issued a Service Bulletin about this...
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