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How do you redirect a floor heater on a 2005 Subaru Forester that is cooking your right foot?


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2010-01-08 15:26:58
2010-01-08 15:26:58

you cant the floor vents are stationary

Take an old plastic container. Cut a section with a curve you need to make a deflector. I used the curved section of a baby wipee box. Use some duct tape to tape your new deflector to the existing duct outlet, diverting the air away from your right foot.


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