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Old 07-12-2007
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What can i do to stop the heat???

Hey guys,ive put up with it for awhile but now with the 90 degree days i cant stand it my legs are burning, I have no carpet in my ranger just the vinyl flooring and the heat i guess from the motor and trans is coming through my bottom a/c ducts,its ridiculous i want to bedline it but fear that would only make it worse and i cant put carpet in it cus its always in the woods and the carpet would be destroyed,what the hell can i do guys
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there is insulation stuff you can get from Home depot that comes in spray on form like bed liner or padded stuff like dynomat.
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bedliner will just make it hotter... i havent had this problem so maybe just put some heat shield against your firewall
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the heat i guess from the motor and trans is coming through my bottom a/c ducts,its ridiculous
Is your blend door working properly? You may have leaves/junk holding it partially open.
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Blend door??? Hmmm dont know where or what that is but that is a good possibility,seeing as how my a/c condenser is caked with ****
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