Air vent in roof of van

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  1. messsy

    messsy Member
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    Just after your thoughts on this. I've brought a connect and it has a black air driven vent on the top. Presumably might have had something like dogs or food inside the van.

    I'm not too sure about keeping it fitted as I don't know how it will effect the van over winter regarding the Wfp system.

    Can anyone shed some light or guidance please.

    Thanks guys
     
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  2. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Won't affect anything, if anything it will stop condensation.
     
  3. boarcity

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    the best air vent ,in my opinion, is the ones that were fitted to MK1 /MK2 Escort vans. these are often sold on ebay, secondhand
     
  4. Jonathan Sanderson

    Jonathan Sanderson Active Member
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    Any kind of vent is very much a plus. Unless of course it leaks.

    Keep it. 100%
     
  5. messsy

    messsy Member
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    Lovely thank you for the input guys.
    Had my old van stolen a couple of years ago and sold my round so ready to set up again, can't wait :)
    Thanks again
     
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