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Yep, water leaking into the heater from the intake is well known, it can be cured by some seam sealer round the metal intake lip, the flimsy bit you mentioned, and fashioning a rubber flap over the intake to direct any water into the drainage gutter.

I did this on my mk2 during the winter and have had no problems with condensation, or misted windscreen since.
 

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I have a feeling the fan will always run when the system is in auto.

I've looked in the handbook but it doesn't mention anything about the fan stopping completely.

I'll check mine tomorrow and see if mine continues to run at one segment, or stops completely, it may be that you don't have a problem at all.

It would be worth changing the pollen filter as well, mine was soaked from water leaking into the inlet.
 
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