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Drivers Window Inside Moisture

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Hello all fellow MDXers,
I know, I know, I'm just going to be lazy on this one. I just don't have the time right now to search. But I am coming up on my first scheduled service and I notice that there is a lot of WET moisture on the inside of my driver's side window when I put it up and down. Is there any TSB on this or experience with it from any others out there? I know our esteemed moderators will have zeroed in on this if anything is amiss with our beloved MDX's.
Please let me know!
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I complained about this in the Autoweek survey (my "review" was even printed) about a year ago and there is no fix. Another posters' solution to not roll the windows down for a few days does not work for me - practically or in principle. I have to roll the window down to get in and out of a parking garage every day for work and, for $38,000, this is just plain unacceptable. I have never had any car do this. A friend of mine who is a Ford engineer told me that, when rolling the window up/down, water on the outside of the window is acceptable, but water on the inside is flately unacceptable and is considered an intrusion on the interior.
Water on inside of window "feature"

I just added a 2005 Odyssey EX-L to the stable and guess what? It also has the water on the inside of the window "feature." The driver's window and the sliding door window both had water all over the inside after I rolled them down after a storm.....Oh well, I am still hoping for no rust on the inside of the MDX doors.
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