Humidity on the inside of the cabin

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Simo
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by Simo » Tue Jan 09, 2018 7:10 pm

Hi i must keep fan on max speed if temperature is bellow 0dgg, i think there is no ventilation out of cabin or its too small to get moisture out ?

Simo from finland with 1.8 l hybrid 'style'


Eccles236
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Re: Humidity in cabin

Post by Eccles236 » Wed Dec 19, 2018 3:46 pm

I have had a Blackvue 750s dash cam and rear view camera fitted and during fitting the back boot lid rubber seal was removed
and then refitted. Water has now ingressed down to the bottom boot floor.
I am informed by Toyota that the boot seal is only fitted once and if removed during fitting of rear cameras a new rubber seal
has to be purchased to ensure it is the boot is resealed.
The camera was not fit by Toyota is it mentioned in any handbook that this seal needs to be replaced with a new seal if removed for fitting auxiliary parts


mjvdzwet
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by mjvdzwet » Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:54 pm

I still have the moisture problem, but had a call from my dealer that Toyota pointed out that on some models there is a possible leakage in the booth. The car is in for maintenance on January 24th. I hope they solve the problem after 2 years.

Also the mirror projection lights will be replaced for the second time.
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Andries
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by Andries » Thu Dec 20, 2018 12:34 pm

mjvdzwet wrote:
Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:54 pm
I still have the moisture problem, but had a call from my dealer that Toyota pointed out that on some models there is a possible leakage in the booth. The car is in for maintenance on January 24th. I hope they solve the problem after 2 years.

Also the mirror projection lights will be replaced for the second time.
Since I use moisture absorbers, three from the Pingi brand, and I no longer have the climate control on automatically but manually stand on windshield and feet, the moisture problem in the multimedia screen has not occurred.

You can also try this, maybe it helps you too.

Good luck
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mjvdzwet
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by mjvdzwet » Sun Dec 23, 2018 10:11 pm

Have put some moisture absorbers in the car... See if it helps till they find the cause.
Happy and fun driving... is driving a Toyota C-HR Hybrid Premium Metalstream Grey


mjvdzwet
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by mjvdzwet » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:59 pm

My car has been in for it's 2nd year service.
They have used silicone-kit between two rubber strips on the tailgate as advised by Toyota.

We'll now have to see if it helps.

But it is an acknowledged problem now with Toyota. It seems only a small amount of cars are effected.
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Dave D
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by Dave D » Sun Jan 27, 2019 6:24 pm

This has to be the worse car I have ever owned for misting up of the cabin during cold weather..Can't believe some owners are putting dehumidifier pads etc in to absorb the moisture according to this thread, to me the fault seems to be no suitable air flow exit at the rear of the cabin, is there any air exit vents in the rear of the cabin ?
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miro
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by miro » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:19 pm

Yes there is https://toyota.7zap.com/en/eu/c-hr/5285 ... 02/615590/
In this site you can enter your VIN and see all parts of your car.
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chillyman50
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by chillyman50 » Tue Feb 26, 2019 3:26 pm

this does not tend to happen on the Excel. :o It is the only model with a Nano humidifier :idea: . I thin k it just effects the dynamic and design etc. :(
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digitalsakurauk
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Re: Humidity on the inside of the cabin

Post by digitalsakurauk » Mon May 06, 2019 3:40 am

I notice moisture inside the speedometer cover, going to take the car to Toyota and see.


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