I've got a car with a fold down back seat. It's nice when you are
putting skis in the trunk or even a 2 X 4 board.
Anyway, if you fold the seat down, the trunk is air conditioned.
I'll sell this "new" invention to you.
If the price is right, I'll even throw in some styrofoam that you can
use to insulate it.
P.S. The car is a 1998 model.
Not a chance in hell will this ever happen. You can barely get the auto
manufacturers to put vents in the back seat let alone the trunk. The
environmental crowd would probably have a fit since you're increasing your
"carbon footprint" to extend the A/C to the trunk and make it work harder.
As the others have said, put a light styrofoam cooler in the trunk and be
done with it.
There are no A/C vents in the trunk of my 2005 Mercury Sable. After reading
your earlier post I decided to inspect it closely. I had just returned from
a trip with the A/C and it was hotter in there than the passenger
compartment, so I'd say you're incorrect.
Now that I'm reminded about it, I'm still steamed about the fact that they
REMOVED the rear seat A/C vents from the 2005 model!!! My wife's 2001 Sable
had vents back there located in the back of the console. Why they felt they
had to spend money to engineer the feature out and save a nickle a car or
something is beyond me. It's exactly that kind of stupid behavior that Alan
Mulally has tried to put a stop to.
You mean none you can find, but if you do check the temperature you will
discover it is indeed cooler but not as cool as the passenger compartment.
The reason is quite simple, manufacturers are not willing to go to the EXTRA
expense required to cool ONLY the passenger compartment LOL.
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