Big Transit AC

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  1. Mikey P
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    Ran into another owner who was out in the 99° heat today, we both agreed, the AC sucks


    Anyone else?
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    107° here today. My Promaster AC made my hair blow back and my nipples erect.
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  3. Blue-Collar Hero
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    100 here and with humidy feels like 105. Hadn't hadn't heard any complaints and the three big Transits roll everyday.

    I moved the Twins two weeks ago in the heat and didn't notice it doing poorly. Your pickup must put out ICE?


    and uhh Damon scares me. :shifty:
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  4. Hack Attack
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    The AC blows cold in mine but I've got the factory hardwall divider so not trying to cool whole van and hot TM..

    The stupid AC knob doesnt always work at first go though :hopeless:
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    103 today with humidity normal summer no air just windows down use the air when it rains old habit from driving the police car so that I could hear the young ladies yelling for help.
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    My AC works well, I rarely ever turn mine the whole way up. Of course I dont have a fire breather sitting right behind my seat :lol:
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    My plan is to drop a black moving blanket from 1/2" pvc pipe behind the seats.
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    First have the refrigerant level checked.
    Sometimes even new vehicles are low from the factory.
    My sons new Subaru only had 2/3 the required level.
    Bringing the level up to normal dropped the air 30 degrees.
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    At least you have hair and thank you for bringing that up.

    And use tape on your nipples so you don’t scare the customers.
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    Thanks for the tip :)
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    Both tips, ya knob!
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    Like I said, I only want to hear Shallow Shore Navy stories out of you.
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