michael wrote:I wonder if there is some mode the climate can get into if charging stops unexpectedly. I'll let you know if I see this again. And it's on a Volt, not Bolt.
With regard to setting the "auto" climate control to 74º and eventually having the cabin climb past 86º, I've noticed no difference whether the Bolt is: Driving in hot weather, driving in cold weather, parked and charging, parked and not charging, daytime, nighttime, rain, shine, or whether it's Thursday.
MEANWHILE, here's a wee update: Of course
my car passed the "Air Conditioning System Performance Test" at my dealer a few weeks back. The test consisted of running the system at "the coldest temperature setting" while measuring the temperature of the air produced at the vents, so there was very little surprise (at least in my mind) when my Bolt happily produced cold air in that scenario.
But...my dealer reps (bless their hearts) have continued to follow up with GM and my car is back in the service bay today for a "Vent Temperature Sensor Diagnostic"
...I'll let you all know what happens!
EDIT: I'm in a loaner Malibu. How much does gas cost these days? O_o