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post #1 of 5 Old 05-27-2019, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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Back seat A/C

Hello everyone..
In my 07 sedan the rear centre console has some kind of a hole facing the back seat and when I searched online I found that it is for a backseat A/C
So the hole is obstructed by plastic
so does anyone know how to modify the car to add a back seat air conditioning??
Like breaking the plastic covers for adding like a something that connects it to the front air conditioning system?
Thanks in advance ☺️
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Hello everyone..
In my 07 sedan the rear centre console has some kind of a hole facing the back seat and when I searched online I found that it is for a backseat A/C
So the hole is obstructed by plastic
so does anyone know how to modify the car to add a back seat air conditioning??
Like breaking the plastic covers for adding like a something that connects it to the front air conditioning system?
Thanks in advance ☺️
Adding a/c to the back seat area is not a small task, if it can be done at all. If the temperature in the rear of the vehicle is not comfortable, you might consider using an auxiliary fan to circulate the air from the front to the rear. They sell 12 volt auto fans that connect to the cigarette lighter socket that can do a good job of moving the air within the car. My wife has one mounted in the cup holder that works pretty well, and requires no real work to install.

https://www.amazon.com/AboveTEK-12V-...=fsclp_pl_dp_1
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I dont have any experience to use this ac but I heard about it alot, I hope you will find it better one.
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It's possible on that vintage Versa, the ducting for rear HVAC isn't there for lower trim models. It's typically under the front seats and blows towards the rear passenger's feet.

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The holes in the main HVAC airbox may not even be there for the ducts themselves, without ducts they would be leaks off the rest of the system.

Expect to have to install it ALL there I say.
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