At 01:03 PM 11/29/95 EDT, Glen Powell/SMC wrote:
>Those center vents alway push out cold air so that you can have nice fresh,
>cold air on your face while getting nice, warm air down low for heat and to
>keep your feet warm. This is a GREAT feature on long, dark drives, especially
>with heated seats, or if you are overheating bodily due to excess heat from
>defrost in heavy snow & ice, etc, trying to keep the windscreen clear. It's a
>great feature, IMFO.
Agreed. Keeps you from succumbing to "road hypnosis" My long drives are
primarily though the heart of Indiana. 4 hours of cut-off corn stalks and
people who don't use turn signals can get _pretty_ tiresome...
Generally though I don't get enough temp out of the system to get the
compartment that hot... But that is another tale altogether I suppose.