[DML] Re: Front window causes hot Delorean interior?
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[DML] Re: Front window causes hot Delorean interior?

Although I'm not a D owner at all, I suspect that since the A/C 
cooled faster on NORMAL than MAX, that the sunlight was heating up 
the A/C vents/pipes. In virtually all cars I've ever owned, a MAX 
setting means the car recycles the air inside the cabin, as opposed 
to the NORMAL setting that draws in outside air. If your MAX setting 
is warmer than NORMAL, I think that the vents/pipes were right near 
the dash and getting unusually heated up in the sunlight, causing the 
A/C to be warmer. Switching to NORMAL diverted the air draw from 
vents elsewhere than the dash, so was cooler. Just a guess, no flames 
please from the experienced Delorean owners...

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, R Holden <royceholden@...> wrote:
> On a 730 mile trip from NJ to NC, I noticed that when
> the sun was beating down on the front window, it
> seemed to cause the Delorean interior to become alot
> hotter.  I switched the A/C from MAX to NORMAL (as I
> had it on MAX for most of the time) and it seemed to
> cool down alot faster.
> I'm thinking that the front window, when exposed to
> the sun on hotter days, causes the interior to heat up
> alot quicker than on my newer cars OR that the A/C
> isn't getting the interior cooler quicker.
> Would anyone care to comment on ideas to make it
> cooler or is this just part and parcel in owning a
> Delorean?
> BTW, I'm a new owner, Thanks!
> Royce
> Royce Holden
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