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Old 08-20-2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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when I run with no ac the AIR COMEING OUT OF VENTS IS 10 TO 15 DEG. HOTER THEN OUT SIDE AIR ???. OTHER CAR RUNS ABOUT THE SAME TEMP IN AND OUT . MY CAR IS A 2013 GT . ANY ONE HAVE THIS PROBLEM . I LIKE TO RIDE WITH TOP DOWN WITH FRESH AIR NOT HOT AIR
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Where is the cabin tempature set at (hot/cold wise)?
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of course if I want cold it's set at full cold
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OK, just had to get the obvious out of the way.
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10-15 degrees you say? How'd you test that?
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Where is the cabin tempature set at (hot/cold wise)?
+1 legit question I've actually done that before and thought something was wrong
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I've never noticed it, but it's HOT and I leave the a/c on most of the time. During the mornings though with no a/c...before the sun comes up..the air is cool, about the same as outside air, not hotter for sure.
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10-15 degrees you say? How'd you test that?
Lugnut was probably guesstimating, but I stick one of these in a center dash vent diffuser...
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I used 3 thermometer's 2 like the one shown and 1 digital . I have blower on ,temp set at minimum , with AC off . I think I got all base's covered
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