Originally Posted by TheOneDoubleN
Well if it's happening after you drive your car some where, chances are both the humidity levels and temperature levels inside the car are far and above what's outside, so this sounds pretty normal to me, assuming there is no water intrusion in the trunk.
I agree with this. Moisture will condense on a surface if its colder than then dew point (humidity level) of the air. I think its a little strange cause you bring in dry air from outside constantly with recirc off not to mention the car leaks. Either your humidifying the air (sweat much?) or there's another source from inside.
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