2017 Honda Accord sunroof is freezing like water glacier

Asked by Jan 31, 2017 at 02:02 AM about the 2017 Honda Accord Sport FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have 2017 Honda Accord and when the temp drops, the sunroof turns
frozen with some water frozen droplets also windows are fogging up all the
time in winters. Checked with Honda, sunroof is not clogged.

5 Answers

112,395

Sounds normal to me, weather get cold, water freezes....

83,005

If you have a garage use it.

But it freezes from inside and when weather warms up, you can see huge water droplets on sunroof inside. I'll show some pictures. Yes I do have garage but other vehicles parks inside.

This one

Make sure that you are taking in air from the OUTSIDE and not just recirculating the air within the car. There's a setting for this on your heater/AC controls. When you just recirculate the air, there is no where for humidity (from you breathing) to go, so it collects on the inside of the windows.

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