Yes someone had told me that. I haven’t had the chance to really give it a try yet but will and I will report back. Thank you!Do you have Auto Idle Stop activated? Do you have the PP in Econ mode? Either of these may affect the climate control system. But most likely the Auto Idle Stop since it happens when you come to a stop. Perhaps you might try pressing the switch on the console to deactivate Auto Idle Stop to see if that makes a difference.
I have this same problem (19 Touring) I disable auto idle so I don't think that is the problem. I only really notice this when it is really cold, like this week with highs in the single digits. Between this and the low vent putting out zero heat a guy has trouble keeping warm in these temps for local driving (lots of stop and go)Hello wondering if anyone else is having this issue. Have a 19 Touring and when coming to a stop and heat is blowing it is noticeably cooler in temperature. Has less than 4000 miles on it. Any thoughts??
Thanks for the clarification. This has been a problem since day 1. It is just magnified with the recent cold spell with lows in the minus 10's and highs just above 0.I was directing it at the OP. If you recently developed a problem with heat not coming out of the lower vent, it can be that the door/baffle inside the dash is not opening and closing like it’s supposed to. When you direct air to different vents, you’re simply open and closing doors/baffles inside the dash. If you are running the defrost setting on your dash, it puts all the air on the windscreen and side windows.
Enjoyed your response concerning design. Have moments where the heat is fantastic, but intermittently cool air will flow. Sense the extreme below zero temps are playing havoc with the design. And please write that book. Thank you.I immediately noticed this as soon as I traded in my 2016 Pilot for the Passport. Here in WNY it’s cold enough to really notice the difference. Having worked in the mfg. of automotive climate control products for over forty years, I believe it’s simply a case of heat exchange design. I don’t think it’s a “problem”, it does heat up but takes a much longer time. I‘d need to write a book to explain how the entire system is tied to your vehicle, but I doubt it’s anything the dealership can, or will do anything about. DIY simply won’t work here.
Hi. I'm having a heat problem with my 2019 Passport. No matter what temperature I set, the car blows hot air. Even with the A/C on ..... Anyone else?I have heat issues with mine as well. Set the thermostat to 75 to start but when I lower it down to 65 after about ten minutes it stays the same temp. Not till I get down to around 60 does it actually start cooling down. Anyone else have that issue?