To be honest I'm not sure, I don't know much about that.
But Wrangler heaters are hot as hell as they are. Sometimes the plastic gets pretty hot to touch on the vents.
no joke, my freakin heater basically shoots flames out, i only have it on high the fist five minutes im in the jeep so it warms up real quick but then i put the blower to the lowest setting, because it gets really hot in there, im surprised the plastic doesnt melt sometime
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They have a lot of trouble with this in alaska, My brother used to live there, He said if you started you car and didn't put the blower on while the car was warming up the sudden hit of hot air on the windshied would break the glass.
So the practice there was to leave the blower on, while the car is warming up, that way it get gradual heat, not a hot sot to the glass....
check a few more places for prices i spent 125 on my new windshield installed
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Leave your defroster ON when you start the jeep...that way the windshield warms up slowly with the jeep...
if you turn it to "defrost" once the jeep is warmed up you are almost sure to crack a "structurally compromised" windshield.
Thats how I did it. Still cracked anyway.
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What is with you guys --I have full coverage on all my glass --it only costs me an extra FOUR dollars per year --in the last five years Ive had three windshield replaced on my Jeep and one in my Truck-- that is the cheapest way to go --best of all --making claims on glass breakage DOES NOT increase the cost of you insurance