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I'm normally the designated driver on long family trips, however this round my fiancé gave me a bit of rest on the way home (7 hour drive).

On the way home I noticed the passenger front footwell is much warmer compared the driver footwell. Making for a slightly uncomfortable experience.

Anybody else have this issue, or know why there's such a temperature difference? Do you think layering Dynomat will assist with minimizing the temp?
 

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The catalytic converters are just under the floor by the side of the foot well. There are hot surface warning stickers under the carpet. You could crawl under there and see if a heat shield is missing. You probably noticed the difference because of foot position and as a passenger you don't move your feet as much.
I would think Dynomat would help but remember winter is coming and cold feet are miserable feet.
 

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Score thanks 'getoffmyleg'. I'll add DynoMat (or a cheaper alternative).

Anybody have suggestions on material I can purchase to give extra heat reduction to that CAT?
 
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