Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 11:00:26 -0500
From: "Frank Coviello" <francisjcoviellonopsampam.please.hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: cooling the glove box in a 2001 9-5


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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