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    671tamuning671tamuning
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      My windows are 15% tint.

      And I have a dash cover..

      Any of you have any other suggestions that I should do to prepare for the summer heat?

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    • #443714
      dreamer2355dreamer2355
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        Does your A/C work? C8-)

        I have vent visors on my Jeep so i usually crack open a few windows so its not red hot inside.

        #443715
        RickRick
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          Not much of a problem where I live. It’s just getting into the 50’s during the day here. If I lived in a really hot climate, I could imagine rigging up a solar panel to run the car’s vent fan while parked. Assuming you have good A/C, the only real issue is not letting your car interior get too hot while parked.

          #443716
          Jhowe93Jhowe93
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            get a windshield visor, since you cant legally tint it, when you park, just set it up and it reflects the heat away.

            #443717
            671tamuning671tamuning
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              Quoted From Jhowe93:

              get a windshield visor, since you cant legally tint it, when you park, just set it up and it reflects the heat away.

              yes…technically my tint level is illegal. But the summer heat here in vegas gets up to 120 degrees. The police usually turn a blind eye on such dark tint.

              They really only do something if they pull you over for something else like speeding then they’ll add it to your citation.

              As for my A/C, yes it still works but it’s a quad cab and plus when it gets as hot as it does here. the A/C has a hard time.

              #443718
              RickRick
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                Check if your truck has a coolant bypass/shut-off valve for the heater core. If not then you may be heating the air before your A/C cools it making the A/C much less efficient. My Durango does this and it is a common thing for Durango owners to install manual shut-off valves under the hood for the heater core so they can turn it off in hot weather. I haven’t needed to do that, but people that have say it makes a big difference. Another thing is adding an electric fan in front of your condenser to help with air flow (for that matter, make sure your condenser and radiator are free of any dirt and debris that could clog them up.)

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