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Old 10-13-2012, 03:41 PM   #1
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Heat inside the Cabin

I have a 2010 GT and the reason I'm posting this is because my gf has been complaining for a while now stating that the floor inside the cabin is HOT! She says its so hot that it seems like the heater is on when it isn't. One time we went somewhere and we got to our location and she told me her purse was Hot from sitting on the ground. I touched her purse and it was HOT for the heater not being on. It wasn't even hot in the cabin for it to even get hot. It was a perfect day in Cali not to hot or cold just perfect. I myself wondered also why it could be Hot but never seemed to know why. I was thinking if its because maybe the last setting before I turned the heater off was set to the ground but I doubt it because its still Hot over here in SoCal so it would be ridiculous for me to use the Heater. Any suggestions what this could be?? Lol
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Heat from the transmission. Not much you can do
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Heat from the transmission. Not much you can do
Figured. It's crazy tho how no one ever pointed it out before and I had it for a couple years now Lol
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