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I'm installing two piece stick-on insulation in my '66 Chevy II. I'm working in the kick panel area. Should I insulate the open hole right behind kick panel air vents where air comes into the car, does that area get wet?

FWIW, I've made covers to seal off that area & won't be using the vents. Insulation is aluminum sheet w/glue, second sheet is very thin medium density foam w/glue.
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I never put any up there. Most likely will not make any difference.
What I would do is clean out any debris in vent area, use sealer when installing your plate.(water loves to come in there)
Then put something like dyna mat/ fat matt etc. over it. I think that's what you meant by aluminum sheet Insulation.
 

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Thanks for the reply, that was my thought too but I needed confirmation. FWIW, I used RAAmat from a guy in the Salt Lake City area, very good stuff & reasonable prices. Did you insulate the cardbod behind the rear seat back
 
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