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Air Conditioning Vent Flow Differences

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by cab, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. cab

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    A buddy of mine has a 2016 Tesla (pre-facelift) 85D and is telling me the flow of air from the driver's vent is substantially higher than that of the passenger vent (i.e. like the airflow is being split 75/25 driver/passenger in terms of force).

    I don't own a Tesla (yet) to compare, but he's wondering if that is "normal" for this car or if he needs to take it in to have the underdash door/flap system looked at (never fun since it opens the doors for rattles of course).

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  2. cab

    cab Member

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    No one else, huh?
     
  3. Stiction

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    Don't notice that. Would total piss of my wife if true ;)
     

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