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post #1 of 3 Old 06-05-2011, 07:57 PM Thread Starter Fanatic
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Seat A/C

I got my truck when it was still a little worm outside and they worked great. Early this year they seemed to do good as well, but now they seem to suck.
I always feel it coming out of the bottom, not as good as before but still I can feel it, but I can't feel it coming out of the back at all.

Also sometimes it will (for lack of a better term) surge and I will get a good amount of air for a couple of seconds.

Just curious if any one else has had any issues with them.

2011 F-350, 5% on sides back and eyebrow-35% on windsheild, B&W hitch, Weather Tech mats, Tailgate Assist, Hornblaster Conductor Special 240, Toyo M/T 35", Incubus Krawler 20x9, 2.5" ready lift stage 3.

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my wifes expedition is the same way
all i can assume is the actual perforations in the seats get clogged
the heat doesnt use these holes but the cooling mechanism does i believe

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I noticed the same thing.. almost as if it too hot outside for them to keep up.

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