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The issue turned out to be water accumulating under the passenger side floorboard. On this model of car, the sunroof is designed in a foolish way - when it rains, water can get into the car. Why Volvo engineers decided to not simply seal it is beyond me - maybe so that the car is ruined faster and people buy more cars? But in any case, their solution is to ...


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Absolutely not. On the opposite, it's recommended to do it from time to time in the winter. In fact, turning recirculation and hot air on at the same time together with AC is a way of "running-in" a compressor that has just been installed on a car after flushing the AC system of any old oil and filling the compressor up with new oil. Why? Because the ...


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No way. In fact the system is actually designed that way. The Air Conditioning (A/C) system on your car runs automatically when you are in the Defrost mode. Like you say that setup removes water vapor from the air preventing fogging inside the windshield. That’s considered a safety feature. The system has internal shut off protections to starting the A/C ...


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