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Hi!
I have a 2018 Murano SL (first time Nissan owner) and I have found over the past couple months (I live in Seattle so it’s damp and just above freezing) that I’m getting a lot of condensation on the inside windshield and it’s taking at least 10 to 15 minutes to defrost just enough to see to drive, and at least 20 min to fully clear. Is this normal?
 

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Make sure the air circulation is set to bring in outside air, not recirculate. This should happen automatically, along with turning of the AC, when you press the front defroster button.

I have found with my '03 and '19 it may take a few minutes to defrost/remove condensation, not 20 minutes. But I don't live in Seattle...

Attachment is from the '19 owner's manual.
 

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The post above is good advice. Making sure the AC is running will pull moisture from the air much faster.

Also: Go, Cougs!
 
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