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Re: vents(?) on back shelf of 5000's
At 11:54 PM -0500 on 1/25/98, Ti Kan wrote:
> Audi designed the climate control system to be flow-through, such that
> the air that is pressurized into the passenger cabin (via the blower fan)
> goes through into the trunk via the above-mentioned vents, and then
> exits through another vent in the left rear (concealed by the bumper
Aha! When one of my windows got stuck down, I discovered that the cabin is
pressurized...while trying to tape some saran-wrap to the opening. Damn
that was annoying. Air was gushing out so hard I couldn't get saran to
So, I guess that means my little flappy-thing isn't working. Could also
explain why the car keeps fogging up...if that flappy-thing is stuck...no
airflow, and the rear windows fog up.
At 12:01 AM -0500 on 1/26/98, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> i found this when trying to locate an annoying rattle i heard when
> closing the door. turns out it was the flap coming back to rest.
> must move a fair amount of air...
Aha! I know that noise too. I always wondered why, when you closed the
door, there was a:
now I know.
Learn something every day, eh?
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