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Didn't want to start a new thread, so figured I'd post this question here. For my fellow TnG owners, anyone notice it gets pretty darn warm in the footwells when you put her in Track or Sport mode? Every time I use those modes it starts to heat up in the wells within a matter of seconds. Trying to find out if I should be concerned.
 

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Didn't want to start a new thread, so figured I'd post this question here. For my fellow TnG owners, anyone notice it gets pretty darn warm in the footwells when you put her in Track or Sport mode? Every time I use those modes it starts to heat up in the wells within a matter of seconds. Trying to find out if I should be concerned.
I haven't noticed anything. 🤷‍♂️
 

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Every time I use those modes it starts to heat up in the wells within a matter of seconds.
Does it happen in Sport/Track modes even if you don't drive it like you stole it? What about when you leave it in normal mode but just disable ECO? I haven't noticed anything like this in mine.
 

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Does it happen in Sport/Track modes even if you don't drive it like you stole it? What about when you leave it in normal mode but just disable ECO? I haven't noticed anything like this in mine.
Even if I don’t drive it like a stole it. I’m out now so I am going to put it in sport and monitor on drive home.
 

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Maybe this could be related to 8- or 4-cylinder mode? Honestly, even that is a bit of a stretch in my mind. But other than disabling ECO mode (which happens automatically in sport/track), I don't know what else is being changed that could possibly result in more or less heat in the floor boards. I'd check if normal mode with ECO off does it too. At least that button only changes one thing.
 

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I definitely have not noticed that with mine.
 

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First wash! Foam gun and a de-ionizer helped a lot. Highly recommend them! Both from amazon of course lol.
 

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First wash! Foam gun and a de-ionizer helped a lot. Highly recommend them! Both from amazon of course lol.
that is a gorgeous ride. and yes, don't we all order WAY too much stuff from Amazon? good lord. the UPS truck driver could drive to my house from muscle memory alone with his eyes closed. :)
 

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that is a gorgeous ride. and yes, don't we all order WAY too much stuff from Amazon? good lord. the UPS truck driver could drive to my house from muscle memory alone with his eyes closed. :)
Man you have no idea. I know both the UPS and FedEx drivers lol, between my car parts and now the baby registry. Thanks to COVID everyone just ships the gifts to my house, I bet the neighborhood thinks we’re building a company with how much packages we get lately 😂😂
 
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Man you have no idea. I know both the UPS and FedEx drivers lol, between my car parts and now the baby registry. Thanks to COVID everyone just ships the gifts to my house, I bet the neighborhood thinks we’re building a company with how much packages we get lately 😂😂
right. it is awfully convenient though.

back to your DD, I think F8 Green is one of the best colors they came up with for the Durango. F8 Green looks totally badass with the Blacktop and/or stripes. kind of like Destroyer Gray with Blacktop or stripes. somehow that combination of F8 Green and the black is just right for a Durango.

I'm not a green vehicle type person. but every F8 Green DD I've seen with black trim just has a look all its own.
 

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She is looking suhweet! Which deionizer and cannon? I took this 2 weeks back. I don’t think I posted this here.
Wheel Tire Sky Car Vehicle
 

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Well we just did our first trip with wife's Tow N Go, New York to South Carolina. Zero Problems and got 20 miles to the gallon usually doing around 80. The only problem was parking at Hotel, wife thinks I'm nuts but I always found a safe spot. View attachment 117671
the ...to South Carolina part happen to be Myrtle Beach? that's where I live. the weather is great this time of year. rained a lot this morning but that was the front working through. you should have good weather this week.
 

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the ...to South Carolina part happen to be Myrtle Beach? that's where I live. the weather is great this time of year. rained a lot this morning but that was the front working through. you should have good weather this week.
I was there last week , daughter goes to Coastal Carolina.
 
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