|08-27-2013 04:13 PM|
Okay. I have a soft top on my Jeep. It gets fairly hot here in MD in the summer time. I guess it would be beneficial to see if I notice a difference in the coldness of the AC once Fall hits? I never thought to think that the temperature of the AC coming out would be dependent upon how hot it is outside, but that is what I'm hearing lately.
Thanks for your response!
|08-27-2013 03:56 PM|
|RocketLab||Here in South Texas our Jeep never really gets that cool. There is also a noticeable difference touching the inside top of the hardtop when in sun or cloudy. Might look into the roof insulators.|
|08-27-2013 03:44 PM|
2013 Sport Unlimited AC
So I have a brand new 2013 Jeep Wrangler with only 1,500 miles on it and it seems to be as though the AC is not a cold as it should be. With the fans all the way up and the temperature turned all the way to cold, it is still just "cool" to me; at least compared to other cars. I'm not sure if there is an actual problem that exists here and if others have experienced this, or if it is just me, and that is as cold as the AC in the Wrangler gets. Has anyone else has AC problems with their brand new Wrangler? If so, any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!