Submitted by jamilworm on Sun, 2017-12-17 08:44
I am hijacking an old thread of mine since I can't create a new topic, despite having requested owner privileges a couple months ago. So you can ignore the first 9 replies that were about the original topic of a Model 3 sighting.
Anyway, recently when I have climate control enabled to cool the car it seems to keep blowing out cold air even after the interior has reached the desired temperature. Today on my way home from work the interior temp was 77, so I turned on climate control (on auto) and set the temp to 73. The cold air came on as expected but partway through my commute I was feeling cold and noticed the interior was now at 67 and the fan was still blowing cold air, despite the fact that the setpoint was still at 73. I think this has been going on for a while because I have felt too cold in the past when the air was on but I only recently realized where the interior temp was displayed, confirming that it isn't functioning properly. On cold days I have used the heater just fine, so I know it is capable of doing other things besides blowing cold air.
Is there something I might be doing wrong that would cause this?