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Hi all, I just picked up my phev for 2 days and all is great. However, I found a problem today when it’s snow and rainy and I sit in the car with a/c on for 4 hours without driving(waiting as my son’s in ski class) — the pano roof has lots drops hanging there! It’s because of moisture, not leaking. But when I ever touch them, they do drop down, kinda like small raining. I am afraid they may drop down when a bit sudden brake. If anyone ever had this problem or has kindly advice? A simple picture attached. Really frustrated 😓 Thank you…
 

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Without actual A/C (cooling) running, there is nothing to dehumidify the air. Humidity will build up from breathing, wet clothes, etc. and condense on the cold glass. Does windshield defrost run the A/C with heat? (I don't have a Tucson, yet.)
 

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Looks like condensation. You may want to keep the inside panel closed when you're waiting in the car like that. Also, if recirc is on rather than fresh air on the heating system, you will get more condensation inside.
 

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Thanks a lot~~~
Yes, wet clothes, 2 people breathing inside, recirculation on, and inside panel keeping opened... So these tips are really gold! Then I have no concern to the car now. :giggle:
 
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