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I've noticed that on most rainy days and especially with really wet shoes (I have plastic floor mat protectors in mine), the windows are prone to fog up in these cars...

You'll need to run in the heat/floor position (12 o'clock) at the least or any position from heat to windshield defog (1, 2, 3 o'clock) to get the A/C compressor running part-time for defogging the glass.

If running in the dash/vent positions (9 - 11 o'clock) you'd need to switch the A/C compressor on manually to get the defog function going, otherwise you'll get lots of moisture fogging going on.
 

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Make sure the ventilation sysyem is not on recirculate. It needs to be on fresh to keep the glass clear.
 

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get a room!!!
 

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Try Rain-X anti-fog, that stuff works pretty good, use it in my old Camaro with no rear defrost.
 
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