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About Kallen

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  1. Upgraded from an ‘03 to a ‘19 Silverado three weeks ago. I discovered that if the AC is on for more than about 30 minutes the gear shift starts getting condensation on the back side. There’s a vent directly behind it so it’s not just a simple matter of changing angles. And besides, if I have the air on, I’ll usually want it pointing at ME vs up or down or closed off completely. I’ve never heard of this happening before and even google didn’t find anything similar. My concern is obviously the condensate getting into anything electronic in that gear shift or worse running down inside the steering column and causing issues. Any thought?
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