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Does anyone have low flow through the dash vents when selecting bi-level. In AC or heat my floor works fine by itself and the dash vents are fine by themselves. On bi-level (floor and dash) the floor is almost full and the dash is hardly blowing at all. The dealer says this is by design. I have an 05 convertible and that kind of set-up is not what a "real" convertible should have. Any input will be appreciated.

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Same thing happens to me on my other 2 cars, not sure about the stang. I have not driven it enough to be sure.
 

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What are your other 2 cars? are they convertibles?
My '98 beater crapalier and my wife's '03 hyundai sedan. I notice in the crapalier most of the air goes towards the feet when set to split, but in the hyundai it is a little more even. But not quite 50/50. In the '97 cobra vert I used to own I pretty much either had on vent or floor. (heat rises). When it was chilly, but wanted the top down I would direct the heat on my from the vents.
 

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Yeah, more floor than vent for me too...but after a couple of minutes it doesn't matter. That engine compartment gets VERY warm and I could almost pop some corn with the heat comin' outta the vents.
 
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