Ice on interior walls?
This is a 1998 Titan.
Location is in the very cold north (maine).
I have found that ice is forming on any exterior walls that have things slid against them, even if it the item is not touching the wall.
I don't see how it can be humidity (which shouldn't cause ice anyway). I don't have an accurate way to measure the humidity but I do know it is dry. When we first noticed it we started running the bathroom fan all the time to keep the humidity moving out (we also cracked open a window in a back room to allow outside dry air in a little). It is so dry in here that people can't move near each other without static discharge. If anyone touches anything they get zapped als dry noses, so I take this as a good sign we are below what should be even a health level of humidity. I mention all this because usually the answer you get is "get a dehumidifier (which is obviously not going to help here).
It seems to only effect the lower 18 inches of the wall.
The windows (we installed thermal windows) do get a little condensation around the edges (sometimes) but nothing like the standard windows that come installed.
Anyone ever have this problem and any ideas on fixing it?