HenryJ wrote:I undo it during the winter. I use a small rubber vacuum line cap to plug the grey line. I remove it and cap the tee for my shut off valve, so I can have heat in other than the defrost position.
Sure everything functions correctly. I just like the hot air blowing on my feet during the winter. It does it even when off.Retep wrote:You can't get heat from the floor vents with this mod????
shakin wrote:I have been "over looking" this site for a few days now and have to say, this has to be the most mature site I have seen as far as sites for vehicles go. This "hot feet fix" is the best thing I have seen on here so far. I cant wait to get it done. I wont be able to tell the difference until summertime now though, cause the temp is in the 20's at night and 30's in the day time.
I did mine a couple days ago. The weather here turned cool and warm feet are not such a bad thing nowquickbiker wrote:...need to do a reverse cold-feet-fix when it starts hitting below 30 deg.
I believe it is controlled by the BCM. I don't know of a reset.JFeg wrote:...Something has to be wrong with the automatic temperature control, is that contolled by a computer?.... if so can it be reset?... Any ideas?
Then you have problems elsewhere. I suspect that if you reattach the gray hose you will find you have the same problem. That is as long as you did have it plugged good and the vacuum leak was not what was causing you the problem.jpchurch34 wrote:Pulled that hose as instructed. DId in fact cut off most air to the floor. But in any setting, it no longer pumped air to the floor. At full floor setting, it pumped out the top vents.
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