Re: Excess Moisture Inside Windshield
I get that too. But I think it is because the car seals so well when its closed up. If your floor mats are wet and you park it and roll up the windows, your going to have alot of moisture in there. Do you garage your XE? If so, try leaving the window open a little to allow the air to flow inside the car. Also try turning off defrosters about 2 to 3 min before you turn off the car...but leave the fan running. This will allow the airbox in the car to start to dry out before you kill the motor.
Sounds like your having a **** of a time...Saturn does not need negative press right now. Ever considered contacting like "7 on your side" or whatever is in your area? Basically its a news station reporter that makes an evening story about your car and the fact that the dealer won't help you. Might scare them into acting on your concerns. Or just constantly flood them with the car in the service department. This is why I bought the extended warranty!!!