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Old 12-30-2014, 11:23 AM   #1
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Cold air

We have cold air coming into coach while driving. Any ideas of what the problem is?

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Old 12-30-2014, 11:36 AM   #2
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Cold air coming in is a pretty broad term. How about a general area? On my coach my feet and legs were freezing. Found that there was a very large air gap where the steering wheel went through the floor boards that was not covered by the rubber boot.

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Originally Posted by Gayleross View Post
We have cold air coming into coach while driving. Any ideas of what the problem is?

Is the window open?

Seriously, a bit more specific would be helpful. . .
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Holes or gaps in the floor boards or firewall area are fairly common but can be tough to find. One trick is to put a bright light inside at night and then go outside and look from underneath to "see the light". Sometimes it works in reverse too - put the light outside and under the front end, then look from inside.

I've also seen a floor heater outlet that was not being closed properly when the heat was off, allowing outside, unheated, air to blow through.
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Is the window open?

Seriously, a bit more specific would be helpful. . .

I wish I had cold air coming in -- the dash AC quit on us a week or so ago down in the keys.
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