Didn’t expect car to lose HVAC on road trip

Cold air continued to fill the car and pretty soon it felt like winter inside of my vehicle

I don’t understand when people say that they hate long car rides. I have so many work Associates who refused to drive even five or six hours to get to a pool destination. They would rather go through the hassle of boarding an airplane and figuring out all of that Transportation. Personally, I love long car rides and I truly enjoy the opportunity to get out and see some new sites. Even if I’m just looking at trees, I’m pretty happy. That’s why I was extremely excited when my boyfriend proposed that we take a week off and get out of town together. It sounded great for us to both get away from work. I was excited to spend a long car ride with him exploring our local mountains. I imagined a lot of scenarios when the slide out in my head, but what actually happened wasn’t one of them. We were only about an hour into the trip when I noticed that the indoor air was getting quite cold inside the car. I couldn’t tell if the outdoor air temperature had declined enough that we just needed to bump up the thermostat inside the vehicle, so I slowly started increasing the heating power from the air temperature controls inside. Unfortunately, this didn’t seem to fix the problem. Cold air continued to fill the car and pretty soon it felt like winter inside of my vehicle. We pulled over at a gas station and my boyfriend started poking around at the engine, seeing if he could figure out what was going on. We were unable to fix the heating issue because it seemed like the on board heater genuinely needed to be repaired and forfeited ourselves to cold defeat. When I imagined this awesome road trip together, I didn’t think I would be driving wrapped in a sleeping bag for half of it.

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