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Out for a run on New Year’s Day with the club and had the roof down as it was a pleasant day, funny one as the sports Chrono clock dogged up internally, car is dry other wise but just the first time I’d seen it happen.

any ideas 

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Check for damp under the seats.

 

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1 hour ago, zagamuffin said:

Out for a run on New Year’s Day with the club and had the roof down as it was a pleasant day, funny one as the sports Chrono clock dogged up internally, car is dry other wise but just the first time I’d seen it happen.

any ideas 

Sadly it's considered normal in low temperatures if it is not too severe, i tried to claim for this under warranty and they were able to show documentation from Porsche that said so.

Seems to happen when the heater is on and its cold outside with the roof down.

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1 hour ago, Menoporsche said:

Check for damp under the seats.

 

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lol! everyone stop mentioning dampness under seats! its putting me off looking for boxsters!

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Hey, apparently you have an M series.  "VANOS VANOS VANOS..."  :D

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1 hour ago, daz05 said:

Sadly it's considered normal in low temperatures if it is not too severe, i tried to claim for this under warranty and they were able to show documentation from Porsche that said so.

Seems to happen when the heater is on and its cold outside with the roof down.

Thanks for info- mine has started doing the same thing 🙄👍

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20 minutes ago, Bodge50 said:

Thanks for info- mine has started doing the same thing 🙄👍

Had this on my 981 Spyder and now have this on my 981 GTS.  Exactly as @daz05 describes

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Never had this on my 987s so they're obviously superior cars. ;) 

 

I assume the ducting is closer to the dash top on 981s.

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2 hours ago, Menoporsche said:

Hey, apparently you have an M series.  "VANOS VANOS VANOS..."  :D

lol!. Thankfully I have a  F06 M6, hopefully they are not affected too much by vanos. However I am sure I have a permenant leak in the fuel tank!

"feature of the car" apparently

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Yep happens on mine, always goes though once you leave the car and temperatures stabilise etc (I.e. overnight).

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classic 'they all do that Sir...' then

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