flyingn said:bingo. Do this and you will never have an issue ever again. Turn off the ac and leave the fan on.. 3 miles before you shut it off. Get into this habit and it will be second nature.
Octane said:to avoid having this problem, you should turn off the A/C a couple of minutes before turning off the car, and let the air come out the vent to dry them out before the car is turned off.
the reason you are getting mold is because when the A/C is on, the duct become very cold, and when you turn off the car, condensation will form inside the duct, and the humidity will help form mold. so by letting turning the A/C off, you will be drying the duct completely before stopping the car.
I would like to know that too? Where do you spray the antibacterial stuff.tsq2006 said:Hey guys,
Where is the air intake to spray Lysol? Did you mean the grill in front of the passenger side windshield? or should I take out the pollen filter and spray in from there?