Excessive heat can damage paint and loosen decals on a car. Automotive paint is extremely durable, designed to withstand a lot of punishment. However, like any substance, it has limits.
Let us say a house has a dryer that vents out the side of the house where the driveway is. A cursory search indicates dryers may output air as hot as 200°F (93.3°C).
If I were to park a car next to this vent for several days with multiple loads of laundry going through that dryer, with one of the body panels approximately one foot away from the vent, could that heat damage the paint?
If it does not damage the paint, could it discolor or otherwise make that portion of the paint appear different from the paint on the rest of the car?
Note: most vents are angled down to avoid water penetration. For the purpose of this question, assume the vent is damaged and the air is not deflected.