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VERY HOT INSIDE

THE AREA BETWEEN THE SEATS ARE VERY HOT ALL THE TIME

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The transmission is in between the seats. either you have poor insulation at the tranny tunnel or none. it couldve burned up or just fallen apart. you can get it reinsulated. or just dont drive so hard. youre choice.

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