disappointing update: i am back to square one. replacing the AC Control Head DOES NOT WORK. details:
car parked outside all day
57 degrees outside
hopped in car to commute home, set temp to 70
car pumped warm air
after a while, air started getting cold again
even cranking up to 78 degrees and fan on speed 4, still pumping out cool/cold air
all interstate driving, very little change in speed, for what it's worth
here's a weird thing i noticed, though: when i exited the interstate and stopped at a light, the auto-turn-the-engine-off feature turned the car off. and *immediately* the heat kicked on. had me sweating in seconds. (still set to 78, no changes done by me.) it's as if cycling power to the car reset the temperature gauge or something.
ugh. im pretty disappointed im going to have to reopen this star case. thermostats are *not* that complicated, so i have no idea why chrysler cant get it right.
"We're not here because we're free; we're here because we're not free." -- Smith
2015 Cherokee Latitude 3.2L V6 FWD
comfort/convenience group, tow group, 8.4A uconnect
build date: november, 2014
Last edited by osirisdean; 02-25-2016 at 06:07 PM.