Full heater - Full Fan
It's 30 Degrees Outside - Windshield is Ice Covered
I decided to see how many minutes it would take to melt the ice from my windshield using only the defroster.
It was cold enough to wear gloves in the car when I got in, but the air is warm now. I am just watching the rivelets flowing down the glass.
That is one amazing attribute of a Baja. The heater is amazing. I had to break the ice to get into the door and it was fairly chilly when I sat down.
Ice Covered Windshield
It took about twenty-five minutes to melt the front shield. It's also too warm in here to be comfortable.
Why am I in my car? Because I have a 400 foot driveway, it's raining and I didn't want to walk.
And, what else did you have to do...smile...
Slowly Melts from Bottom to Top - then Wipers Squeegie the Rest
Back to Parked and Being Rained on
It is For Sale
In case you know someone looking to purchase a Baja. It's a 2006. It has 156,800 miles on it. It will need things which I am not going to bother with. You buy it, you can deal with them as they come to need them. Normal things... Oil changes, air filters, brake fluid.
It's got new tires on it. It has a salvage title, but I don't know what was changed on it. The previous owners must have painted it, as the driver's door has some peel.
No dents. Doesn't have any obnoxious habits. Doesn't smoke, doesn't drink. I have no complaints. Asking 6,400 dollars for it.