Condensation inside car

Djaniero

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As above lads, condensation in my car lately has started to become a real pain.
The worst areas are the inside of my rear window and underneath the roof lining.
My interior light started to play up recently and when disconnected it I saw the condensation in the roof, which had then dripped onto the interior light plug and terminals.
There are no obvious leaks I can see in the usual problematic spots around the car.
Any suggestions as to how so can resolve this?
Thanks
 

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Fizturbo

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Specially this time of year it's a pain takes ages to demist, av even tried rechargeable dehumidifier
Door, window rubber seals probably need replacing.
 

Djaniero

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Is there any damp places in the car bud ? Normally moisture inside will cause it

I had a leak a couple of years back n the passenger footwell, but traced that back to a rubber gromit that had perished near the scuttle panel. Sorted that out along with the boot leak from the rear lights. I've double checked those areas again and no damp there.
 

Djaniero

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Specially this time of year it's a pain takes ages to demist, av even tried rechargeable dehumidifier
Door, window rubber seals probably need replacing.
Its funny you mention that Fiz...there is always a build up of moisture on the drivers side inner door too. Definitely could be the rubbers.
 

SKINY

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Yea what Fiz said bud, old rubbers could let moisture in.
You can get wee cheap dehumidifiers from the pound shops maybe help a bit
 

Djaniero

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Can you still buy the door rubber seals or have they been discontinued?

I’m on it….I drive around with some
the “Asda specials” cheap dehumidifiers already bro lol
 
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