I figured, just seemed longer then usual. Ill have to remember to cool down the car before with the appThere's only one A/C unit, AFAIK, it just takes a little bit for the cool air to get from the front to the back. Same reason you have to let your shower run a little to get warm.
I believe you need to turn off recirculation to optimize ac in the back seats.When I turn the A/C on, cool air instantly comes out of the front vent(s), however, my poor dog suffers in the back because it blows hot air. Does it take longer for the rear a/c to kick in?
yeah if anything i find my rears to be blowing colder than my fronts.I had a rear passenger complain it was blowing too cold almost as soon as we sat down.
The rear vents turn on when a person is sitting in the back seat but they do not sense children in car seats and have to be manually turned on.yeah if anything i find my rears to be blowing colder than my fronts.
Does anyone know if the rear vents automatically turn on if the rear seat weight sensor and/or seat belt being bucked activates the rear vents?
The rear vents turn on when a person is sitting in the back seat but they do not sense children in car seats and have to be manually turned on.
My rear vents are always on. I have a car seat carrier base installed in the center seat with a seat belt. That's why I asked. Seems like it does think someone is always sitting back there.
There is a weight sensor in each back seat to sense if someone is sitting to warn of unbuckled seatbelt and to turn on the AC. Maybe my car seat doesn't trigger it but yours does.
Gave multiple people first rides yesterday and can confirm that the rear ac does turn on by itself if someone is sitting back there. Also can confirm that the seatbelt warning doesn't go away if someone is unbuckled in the back.
can confirm that the seatbelt warning doesn't go away if someone is unbuckled in the back.