Re: No Heat on Remote Start
Depending on the temp it can take more than 10 minutes. That's why you can do the remote start twice, 10 minutes each time. We had the big cold snap here 2 weeks ago. Temps close to 0 and wind chill in the negative double digits. It took upwards of 15 minutes for the heat to be blowing. The blower will not start pumping out air until the engine gets above 160 degrees. I have sat in mine freezing watching the guage and when it started moving from the 160 degree mark, air started coming out. If it's 30 outside it wont take as long for the engine to warm up, maybe 5 minutes and thus when you get in the car the air is blasting. I don't see anything wrong here. Just have to be patient. It's like watching a pan of water boil.
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