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The inside of my car gets really hot. It stays this way all day long. What could be wrong?

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Does it stay hot when you are driving or is it hot when you get in it?

Posted on Jul 23, 2013

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  • Tracia Palarche Jul 23, 2013

    From the time i start the car & begin to drive to the the time i shut it off.

  • dave lister Jul 23, 2013

    if you turn the blowers on and set it to cold does it give you instant heat from the vents?

  • Tracia Palarche Jul 23, 2013

    Yes. It only blows hot air & even when the blowers aren't on. The insider my chargers soo hot that my clothes are soaked when I get out.

  • Tracia Palarche Jul 23, 2013

    Yes. It only blows hot air & even when the blowers aren't on. The inside of my car soo hot that my clothes are soaked when I get out.

  • dave lister Jul 24, 2013

    ok, it sounds seriouse so i reccomend taking it to your local garage because pretty soon lots of people on here will give you every wild opinion they can think of and that will confuse you soon enough, if uits getting that hot there could be risk of fire so get it to professional help because unless i can see the car myself (obviously not possible) you need it checked out.

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