Windshield fog is caused by a build-up of moisture in the cabin of your vehicle. Typically, windshield fog happens on chilly days when you get into your car and the warmth of your breath and body create moisture in the cold air.
But if you’re experiencing excessive windshield fog, even on dry, sunny days, your windshield seal may be compromised. Factory seals are unlikely to fail, so if you have a leaky windshield, it may be the result of an improper installation.
If you’re experiencing excessive windshield fogginess, let your local Crackmaster take a look. Our ultrasonic leak detector will help us identify any leaks, and our windshield repair experts will fix it right up.
Whatever’s causing your windshield to fog, if you turn on your air conditioner, the cool air will reduce the amount of moisture in your vehicle’s cabin and the fog will clear up.