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I have not been getting heat into my cabin. It’s been blowing cold air once the engine reaches midline running temp. I have had it at 2 dealerships no and both tell me it’s running fine. The last one tells me the latest 2019 update changed the way the heat operates. I feel like I am going crazy because I have had it out to the mountains and again NO HEAT! I personally think it’s the thermostat but I am told nope it tests fine. So anyone else having heating issues like this or have you had the update?
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I have not been getting heat into my cabin. Itís been blowing cold air once the engine reaches midline running temp. I have had it at 2 dealerships no and both tell me itís running fine. The last one tells me the latest 2019 update changed the way the heat operates. I feel like I am going crazy because I have had it out to the mountains and again NO HEAT! I personally think itís the thermostat but I am told nope it tests fine. So anyone else having heating issues like this or have you had the update?

If it's cold outside, and it's not blowing hot air with the engine at normal operating temperature, it should be pretty easy for a dealer to acknowledge. That being said, If it were me, I'd get the service manager involved. It seems like a cabin air temperature sensor is reading improperly.


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The only way mine doesn't put out heat is if the AC is on, but that probably has to do with the fact my commute is a LOT of inching along.


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I have not been getting heat into my cabin. Itís been blowing cold air once the engine reaches midline running temp. I have had it at 2 dealerships no and both tell me itís running fine. The last one tells me the latest 2019 update changed the way the heat operates. I feel like I am going crazy because I have had it out to the mountains and again NO HEAT! I personally think itís the thermostat but I am told nope it tests fine. So anyone else having heating issues like this or have you had the update?
Hi cassjblack,
We are sorry to hear about your heating concern. If you are interested, we would be happy to have this documented and looked into further by a Case Specialist.
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