Thursday, January 18, 2007

baby you can drive my car...

Ok, I know I have a lot of car savvy guys reading my blog, so tell me, what causes a car to ice up on the INSIDE? Besides the fact that it's made in Korea. And yes, all the windows are closed tightly...

Sign me,

Frosty Freeze

3 comments:

Fathairybastard said...

Lots of condensation that freezes, or maybe you let it rain inside the car, and the moisture and mildew contributes to the condensation? Something like that.

Bruno said...

The windows being closed is what causes a lot of it, especially if you are sitting in it, while letting the defrosters warm-up. Of course you can't leave the windows open, duh!!! Kinda defeats the purpose! There are some window-wipes, and/or solutions sold at most auto supply outlets, that help prevent such, but HELP is the key word here, not CURE! On the other hand, if it freezes over while driving, either your defrost vents aren't open, or maybe your engine thermostat is shot, not letting the engine warm up. Could be any one of several things causing it, but by now, I'll bet you've already lost interest! If not, drop me a note, and I'll send you a whole 'nuther page of heart-breakers to your in-box...!

Goddess said...

I'm going to as soon as I get back from the chiro this morning...be prepared! LOL.