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Try just driving with a window open a crack to allow the inside to breath a little bit. It's your breath which usually causes the windshield to mist up. Also, use a product like Rain-X Anti-Fog. By ensuring your windshield is first clean and then by applying the product, there is nothing for the humidity to stick to, so no fog.
That's exactly what I'd say the issue is ... most vehicles today have blend door actuators which are operated with an electric motor. These motors can go bad without regard to your comfort. In most cases the actuators are pretty easy to get to, though I don't know exactly where it's at with your specific vehicle. You will most likely find it on the driver's ...
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