FUSE UNDER HOOD?? OR SWITCH GONE
I found the answer, and solved the problem. Seems that the indicators are fed from the hazard switch, which becomes unreliable if any movement occurs, usually as the result of age or some such thing. Anyway, carefully pry out the hazard switch, and replace it NZD60, and hey presto, all is well.
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It is the clearing of condensation on the inside of car windows
At the end of Solaceon Town's ruins, it is one of the four items found there.
It means to remove water droplets from something, typically a car window that gets mist on the inside. So the heater is used to remove the mist.
When you have the heat on and select defrost / demist position to clear your windows , the air conditioning compressor cycles on and off to help de-humidify the air - at least that's the way it is on my 1995.
If the mist is on the outside of the window, use windshield wipers, roll down window, or use rear de-fogger, depending which window has misted up. If the mist is on the inside, turn on the heat/AC, roll down window, or use rear de-fogger, depending which window has misted up.
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 7 words with the pattern DE-IS-. That is, six letter words with 1st letter D and 2nd letter E and 4th letter I and 5th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: delish delist demise demiss demist desist devise
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 6 words with the pattern DE-I-T. That is, six letter words with 1st letter D and 2nd letter E and 4th letter I and 6th letter T. In alphabetical order, they are: delict delist demist depict desist dewitt
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 11 words with the pattern --M-ST. That is, six letter words with 3rd letter M and 5th letter S and 6th letter T. In alphabetical order, they are: almost bemist demast demist gamest inmost lamest tamest timist upmost utmost
Passenger footwell there is a large black box under the dash. Remove that and there is another black plastic box underneath. As I recall, on the side of that there is an L shaped cover that clips at the bottom and has a single bolt on the top. Remove it and there are 2 'white' filters each about 6" wide and 10" long that you can slide out. I say 'white' because I changed mine about a year ago and they were totally black and full of junk. I had no flow to demist the windscreen and thought the fan was broken. Changed the filters and all is good now. Apologies if my description is a little off because it was a year ago. Simple job though.
1999 Ford Falcon would be the AU series. Cycle ignition key to acc position and press the rear demist switch 3 times in about 2 seconds with the doors closed. The door locks will cycle to indicate that the learn mode has been entered. Press a button on each of the remotes. The door locks will cycle in response as confirmation. Only these remotes will be coded and work. You may need to try different speeds whilst pressing switch to get right. Also wait a moment as the electronics can take a short while to respond. When finished simply turn off ignition. All Falcons use this method if they have a rear demister and fitted with factory remote central locking.