I set my A/C to always run and expect it to cool or heat at whatever temp I set it to. However, I find that it ignores what I want and does its own thing based on the outside temps.
For example, it is 40 degrees outside. I set my thermostat to 68 because I don't want heat. Well heat is what I get, and a lot of it, until I reduce the thermostat to 58. I have never had a car that I had to monkey around with the temperature indicator as much as I have to with thus car, my first Volvo.
My dealer says its no big deal and I should just live with it. However another Volvo expert informed me that my model's year called for a software update to correct this known issue. I cannot find evidence of this and my dealer denies it. What's going on?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 AT 5:24 PM