Commander 1000 Cab Heat Issues

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Old 06-20-2012, 08:11 PM   #1
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Commander 1000 Cab Heat Issues

I have been reading a lot of post regarding everyone installing heat shield wrap and sound insulation. Most of what I have been reading is from the mid west and the west coast. I live in the north east, has anyone in the north east had any issues with excessive heat issues and the cab area being hot? I know my other Can Am quads get quite hot, but you are not surrounded by it

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This will help you more than anything else. Hayden 3647 Adjustible Fan Control Switch
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I know the switch mod can drop the running temp by two bars on the guage, but does anyone have the actual temp numbers you get from stock compared to the switch mod? Just interested to know the actual numbers as I have yet to put in the temp guage.
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I know the switch mod can drop the running temp by two bars on the guage, but does anyone have the actual temp numbers you get from stock compared to the switch mod? Just interested to know the actual numbers as I have yet to put in the temp guage.
Look at my other thread called; CVT belt housing temp. test done
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My question is by me adding all the heat and noise insulation.... what does that do to my warranty... I sure hate the heat and all the noise....
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I don't believe adding the insulation is going to void anything....I told mine about doing it and he is letting folks know that it helps....
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Didn't void mine, the dealer was checking it out and liking what I had done.
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Use the blue key! It runs the A/C
I was wondering what that key was for!
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