Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 20:32:18 -0800
From: "Jeff Gonzales" <osama_yo_mamanopsamright.com>
Subject: Re: cooling the glove box in a 2001 9-5


yeah, it seemed a bit silly to me, too. wouldn't it have been better to have one of those metal cooling elements like in camper iceboxes? jeff "Frank Coviello" <francisjcoviellonopsampam.please.hotmail.com> wrote in message news:uDx88.465$Be7.69865586nopsamnews.ncia.net... > I believe I may be missing the point of the glove box being temperature > controlled. If the temp control of the glove box is not independant of the > remainder of the acc system, why not just keep the drinks within the cabin > of the vehicle itself? I had thought that the glove box was on an > independant cooling unit. > > Frank Coviello > > 2001 9-5 SE > > > > "John Davies" <jedaviesNOSPAMnopsamier1.net> wrote in message > news:ed856uo1l8r0k0shtbpaa5mh7fho71pr2inopsamcom... > > On Wed, 6 Feb 2002 21:37:27 -0800, "Jeff Gonzales" > > <jeffy_newsnopsambit.nospam.com> wrote: > > > > >Hey everyone, > > > > > >What's the coldest the glove box gets? Is the only way to cool it to > open > > >the vent way in the back? What is the best setting for the A/C to be on? > I > > >guess you can't really use it when the heater is on, can you? > > > > The box gets as cold as the air coming out of the middle vents, so > > that is about 35 to 40 degrees F at the coldest, depending on your > > temperature settings. > > > > Wait, that's not right. This time of year you can get the temp wayyyyy > > down by turning off the climate control completely and keeping the > > windows rolled down. Live in Canada? Then maybe you can get the glove > > box down to 30 below zero Farenheit. > > > > So....what food did you want to keep cold in winter? Most folks would > > prefer hot stuff this time of year. > > > > > > John Davies > > Monroe WA USA > > > > 2001 Saab 9-5 Aero Wagon > > 2000 Audi A4 quattro 1.8T > > 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4x4 > > > >

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