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Revisit no Heat on EV


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#1 OFFLINE   Fgolman

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Posted 01 November 2018 - 05:40 PM

I've got so much conflicting info from dealsr. Please clairify: I should be able to get heat even when in EV. There is a radiant coil that heats cabin or preconditions, right?
If not, either a 12 volt battery disconnect reboot might do the tick. If not, does anyone have a part number and description so I can beat the dealer up and get him to fix this! It's getting pretty cold here in the Midwest overnight!
Thank you!
Fritz Golman
Chicago IL








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#2 OFFLINE   murphy

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Posted 02 November 2018 - 02:22 AM

The car has a 5 kW resistance heater to provide cabin heat when in EV Only mode. 

 

Find a dealer that is certified to service electric vehicles.  A non certified dealer probably thinks the car has an alternator and a starter motor.  It doesn't have either one of those.



#3 OFFLINE   bdginmo

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Posted 03 November 2018 - 07:51 PM

Yes. You should be able to get heat on EV. Definitely disconnect the 12v battery to force a reboot and see if that fixes it. I will tell you that I actually had the electric heater go out on my vehicle. It was replaced under warranty in my case.


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