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Alec J

Glovebox

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Hi guys,

Me again haha

My glovebox has the vent at the back which blows in air..

Whats the purpose/use of this? How do you switch it on and off?

Does it warm and cool?

Does it actually work or just a gimic?

Thanks

Alec

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Its meant to be for Aircon cooling so your choco bars don't melt, it rotates to turn on/off, never used it :)

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its handy if you use your glovebox as a food storage area, but for the most part, off is the best place for it...

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The cooling duct on mine is at the right hand side behind a cover that can be rotated to turn it off, the one at the back is just a vent

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I know if you remove the glove box , it's a real pain to clip it back in lol , you need pliers in the center to pull it.

On my Mk3 Tianium X it does not have the cooled glove box :o , it's an extra , how crazy it that.

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Just looked and found the vent with the on and off rotator..

Will give it a try in the summer to see if it will actually keep my drinks cooler aha

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Yeah I had the glovebox out because it wasn't fitted properly. Preee is right.... the cooling duct is a pain in the !Removed!.

It blows cold air regardless of air con btw, but I assume (or would like to assume) in the summer air con on will cool it further.

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