Having problems with your 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI ?

In the recent cold weather I've had to scrape the inside of all the windows in my Seat Leon 1.9TDI (2001)... Help please!

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-12-2018

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Ice on the inside is indicative of a leak of some nature inside the cab, I've heard mention of the heater matrix. I also have a 2001 1.9tdi and I've found it to be on the door seals. After you've had a good rain shower or washed the car, open the front doors, there will be a puddle on the seals if this is the case, I replaced the seals on my doors and haven't suffered from this problem again. Hope this is of some help
Hi this is a common problem in cold weather their is no product out their to combat this problem the only real thing you could try is to wrap a old bed sheet around the outer and inner windscreen using the doors to hold it in place,
\015\012You can use de icer on the inside of the window but cover you dash board first as it will leave marks on any surface it touches.
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\015\012On newer cars they have wires running through the windscreen like the back window witch thaws out the ice but on older cars the only option you have is scraping the windows or cover the window using strong cling film or stick a sheet to the window that you can peel off.
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\015\012Im sorry their is no easy fix for this problem but we all suffer from this at some point or other, you may be able to buy a spray on product from car spares shops but the problem with these is that in the sun you can see streeks on your windscreen and it takes ages to get off.
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\015\012Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
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