Submitted by 63strat on Mon, 2019-02-18 14:56
It's about 45 degrees here in LA and I just hit my Tesla app to see if my car was through charging, and noticed the temperature in the car was 71 degrees. So the only way that would be is if somehow the heater is on. But the app say it's not. Went out to the car, quickly got in it, and sure enough, the heater was on and it was indeed about 71 degrees in the car.
So, does anyone know why this would happen, and how can I prevent the Climate Control from coming on while charging? Actually, I'm not sure the Climate Control being on has anything to do with charging, but I didn't activate it manually today. However, I did activate it yesterday before getting in the car and taking a trip, but I assume that once you get in the car and drive, it doesn't remain activated after you end your trip and leave the car, no?