What ive noticed is the heat coming from the dashboard even with the AC at medium speed can be noticeable. And you cant have the defroster and vents( floor& vents) at the same time.
Yes! I've noticed this as well. I've also noticed that on hot days the A/C will blow warm at random times. I'm wondering if this is because the cylinders shut off to save gas.Maybe it's just me but my A/C seems to take a long time, 5-10 mins, just to really get my air temps down to what I would call a cool level. 90 degree days. Anyone else experience this?
Can't say I ever had this problem, even with Temps in low 100° . But as someone else mentioned, get your windows tinted or ceramic treated.Maybe it's just me but my A/C seems to take a long time, 5-10 mins, just to really get my air temps down to what I would call a cool level. 90 degree days. Anyone else experience this?
Another consideration is the volume of air. A/C generally works by using the air in the cabin. A Tacoma will have significantly less air to cool and will require fewer cycles to achieve cold air. It really isn’t a fair comparison when the volume of air is so different.I have a 17 Tacoma and within 2 mins the air is refreshingly cold. My '50, not so much. So that eliminates the temp/humidity factors. I guess it's just nature of the beast.
What did that cost, if you don't mind me asking?Get all your windows ceramic tinted, especially the windshield and pano. I had all mine done and it makes a world of difference on overall interior heat after being parked or what you feel coming through while you're driving. It will also immensely help your A/C run more efficiently and cool down your interior faster.
Close to $800 in San Diego. I had some quotes over $1000. For me, it wasn’t about chasing the best product but a shop that I trusted and would stand by their work.What did that cost, if you don't mind me asking?