|A/C Vent Plugs available from delorean.com|
Anyway, one solution is to block the airflow before it reaches the doors. Above is the A/C Vent Plugs available from delorean.com. It is a great design, meaning it is a simple design that I think I can replicate.
|Rough drawing of discs|
|Laser cut discs with logo|
|Removing protective backing|
|Using solvent to bond the discs|
|Open tube, nice place for rats|
|Peeling the protective layer before installation|
|Installed vent plugs|
|Matte finish disc|
|Vent hole in the door|
The problem is, the surface is slightly curved and one of my Retainer (105519) is warped...which makes poor contact with double sided tape. I will need to straighten the warped Retainer, or get a new one, before installing caps for the vent hole in the door.
|Added ribs to door vent caps|
|Fitted cap on retainer|
|Installed door vent caps|
On a side note, my car is in the shop now and one of the things they are doing is look over the AC system. This includes charging it with the cool stuff. Do they still use freon? They will also check the system for leaks. After this, I may want to remove my vent caps and see if I can get any air from the door vents. If it works, all this was just another 'fun with the laser cutter experiment'. We will see.