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Feels like the heater is on while driving, but everything is off.

The air conditioner isn't working and since I just recently bought this car I haven't had to use the heater. So everything is in the off position. For two weeks now when I'm driving it feels like the heater is on, I feel hot air from under the dash area.

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Switch vent setting tofresh air instead of recirc. see if that helps

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