Why is there condensation in my Porsche?

If you experience persistent or unusual condensation, it could indicate issues like high humidity, a clogged cabin air filter, or potential water leaks.



For Boxster models, blocked drain tubes can contribute to excess moisture. These drain tubes are designed to allow water to flow freely away from the roof and prevent leaks into the cabin. If these channels are obstructed, water may accumulate and contribute to condensation. Regular checks and maintenance, including ensuring clear drain channels during services, are essential.


In 911 models with sunroofs or panoramic roof systems, including convertibles, Targas, or coupes with roof options, channels in these systems may be prone to causing condensation.


In Porsche Macan models equipped with sunroofs or panoramic roof systems, condensation concerns may arise due to potential issues with the sealing or drainage mechanisms. A well-maintained panoramic roof system should not allow water to penetrate the interior. If you observe persistent condensation, it’s advisable to have your Porsche inspected.


Regular maintenance is key to ensuring your Porsche remains in optimal condition. Feel free to contact our experienced technicians if you’d like to discuss further or schedule a service appointment.


Our garage and showroom is based in Knaresborough, a small town on the outskirts of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. We are located just off the A1, providing great accessibility from surrounding areas such as York, Boroughbridge, Wetherby, Ripon, Leeds and Teesside

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