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Interior gets warm, even with the heat turned off. The dash board area is much warmer than it should be.

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Sounds like your position select switch is sticking open when shut of.f my van did same thing so i just turn on a/c full blast wait to get cold then shut off.. that should stop some of the hot air coming from the engine bay

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