On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 02:59:01 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
Too much wind in the cabin? Wind resistance reducing gas mileage? I
for one would like to have plain old fresh air in my A4 (1998) without
opening windows for the above reasons and haven't been able to figure
out how when temps are low (like 50F) because using daytripper's
instructions I have discovered that I can't set my ambient cabin temp
below 63F. The display reads LO and seems to kick in the cooling
I miss my 1995 VW Passat for this reason; I could get the outside air
in the cabin with ease and comfort.
Haven't figured a way around the one touch windows yet, huh?
Farfignugen... Try just an inch or two. Not too much wind, and the
cheeseburger you had for lunch would have a more adverse effect on
milage. Moonroof is even better if you have one.
On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 11:46:31 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Reduced gas mileage?!?! Come on now...
If you tilt open the sunroof and open a rear window about an inch, you
get nice airflow. If you are concerned about messing up your hair, it
won't happen...even at freeway speeds. If it gets a little too cold,
just turn on the heated seats. A cool, gentle breeze with heated
seats is the start of a nice drive.
I thought a while back I read that to get outside airflow, you have to
switch to the "LO" setting while having the "ECON" mode switched on. This
would simply turn the fan on to direct outside air into the cabin. Or so I
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