1971 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud from UK and Ireland
My car has developed a problem I find impossible to rectify, all windows fog up inside for no apparent reason
Turning on the heater only makes the problem worse.
The car is in excellent condition and drives beautifully.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 30th October, 2004
1st Nov 2004, 00:31
One possible cause is water leakage which leads to wet carpets or other parts of the ineterior (under or behind the dash for instance). However, a proper demist can be made by combining heater AND air-conditioning at the same time...
20th Jun 2005, 15:49
This is curious as there is no such thing as a 1971 Silver Cloud. Production of the Silver Cloud ended in 1965.
23rd Jun 2005, 00:56
My 1956 slver cloud have a miss in it, can any body tell me the points setting and the timing setting.
23rd Jun 2005, 00:59
My 1956 siver cloud 1 have a miss in it, can any body tell me the points setting and the timing setting.
29th Nov 2007, 17:45
I would have to say the reason your windows are misting is because of a small leak in the heater core.
17th Jul 2008, 18:54
These machines are actually quite simple to maintain once one is familiar with their details, and the very high build quality makes them a pleasure to work on. On seaking one out to purchase however, be aware that the average owner will have given the aesthetics (paint, chrome, etc) much more attention than the mechanics. Watching the main bearings pour out (in the form of grey babbit) along with the typically filthy motor oil is an experience I have witnessed all too frequently.