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How to turn ON the heat

It's cold outside, could you please tell me how to turn ON the heat without the AC? There is no heat button. Thanks
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Just raise the temperature setting to say 82 degrees and the heater will come on.

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Um press your AC button so that it isn't lit up lol


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I am very surprised that you can't figure it how to tun on the heat. Have you checked the manual? Once heat starts coming out, it's on.



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If you mean you want "instant heat" before the engine or plenum are warm enough to provide more than just lukewarm air, you will continue to be disappointed.

I often have to drive close to a mile before warmth finally hits the cockpit with the controls set at "auto."
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If you mean you want "instant heat" before the engine or plenum are warm enough to provide more than just lukewarm air, you will continue to be disappointed.

I often have to drive close to a mile before warmth finally hits the cockpit with the controls set at "auto."
That's why I like having remote start, start up my cars 5-7 minutes before leaving and get into a vehicle that is ready to have heat work how I want it.
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That's why I like having remote start, start up my cars 5-7 minutes before leaving and get into a vehicle that is ready to have heat work how I want it.

I don't know if you have noticed with the remote start through the enform application the car will heat according to your previous settings and that includes whether or not you had the the seat warmer on during your last drive


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I think the guy just wants to turn on the heat without the A/C on.



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Just raise the temperature setting to say 82 degrees and the heater will come on.

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