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I have a 1997 Chevy Suburban and I feel extreame heat above my feet while I am driving. The heater or air conditioner is not on, but I still feel heat on my feet when I am driving. Why??? Can someone help me?

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Exhaust may be a little plugged, or the heat shield may be missing from that part of the exhaust pipe, or your unjoints may need to be lubricated.

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