Door Locks & Defoggers ?

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Elmo P. Shagnasty wrote:


You didn't ask "in the context of this conversation." Stop digging that hole and give up, man.
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You're stretching. YOU knew what the context was, and chose to ignore it for your own purposes.
"Conversational implicature"--first look up what the words mean, then look up what the phrase means.
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except the other guy's mention of Death Valley being very dry and very hot shows you're wrong.
Auto AC is for removal of heat from the interior,moisture removal is secondary.

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Remote control solves this regardless of how the manual mechanism works. Most Civics and Corollas come standard with remote door lock control.

Correct, A/C does the de-humidifying work.

No. Trust us, it works just fine. However, you want to buy the car that has the best (coldest) A/C in your price range. Check the fans (feel the breeze) for max air movement, too. In my limited exprience, Toyota A/C is better than Honda A/C.

Check the prices on Accords and Camrys while you're at the dealerships. Sometimes these cars are available at prices remarkably close to their smaller stable mates. I found the lower insurance premium cost for the Accord more than made up for the annual fuel cost differential.
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In general, that is true. If you want to get the better A/C without doing a lot of legwork, just trust Toyota.
Honda has come a long way, though. Of course, they had the longest way to come....
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After 1998 the hold-the-driver's-lever-out-to-lock-the-door was gone. If you have power locks you can't lock the doors if the key is in the ignition. You can lock all doors when you push down the manual lock near the driver's door window.
The defroster works best with the Non-Recirculating mode of the AC.
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