I have noticed this a few times on mine. However it is not that much. More like the windows are all fogged up. And is after the car has been driven and turned off. Mostly noticed in the evening. Hope acura will address.
Welcome to the Forum! I see this is your first post.I have noticed this a few times on mine. However it is not that much. More like the windows are all fogged up. And is after the car has been driven and turned off. Mostly noticed in the evening. Hope acura will address.
Summest, thanks for the welcome. Have not mentioned to dealer since dealer is about an hour drive. Will mention when I take in for the software update after thanksgiving. Good thing is the condensation does not happen all the time but when it does the defrost functions clear it quickly.Welcome to the Forum! I see this is your first post.
Sorry to hear about the condensation issue. Has anyone mentioned this to the dealer? I haven't heard much about this issue elsewhere.
I have this issue as well. My TLX was at the shop a week after purchased for many issues. Dealer could not duplicate issue. I notice it in warm as well as cold weather
I shut the car off in current a/c mode I'm using just like every car I have ever owned. none of the other two vehicles in my driveway (2015 Ford F-150 and 2015 Ford Fusion), nor my neighbor's cars have the moisture build up that the TLX does when I come back out to it. My 2005 TL never had this issue. The moisture is not as a result of starting the car and blowing new air onto the windows. It's there when I get in; I'm not using the remote startdunkindonuts, when you turn off your car do you leave the AC on or turn it off with the heat/vent fan still running or do you just turn off the car with everything on and get and start it? Was the condensation on the window before starting the car or just after?