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Anyone Have Interior Temp Issues?


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I'm constantly changing the temp inside the vehicle.  The numbers don't seem to mean anything.  The outside temp sensor seems to be accurate.  It seems to work better when not in the Dual mode.

Anyone else have this issue?

some GX owners have issue on the outside temp gauge itself. :wacko:

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I'm constantly changing the temp inside the vehicle.  The numbers don't seem to mean anything.  The outside temp sensor seems to be accurate.  It seems to work better when not in the Dual mode.

Anyone else have this issue?

I agree with you - the system in the GX is very aggressive and really not very elegant in my opinion - the auto climate control in my old ford explorer worked flawlessly and actually puts the GX's to shame.

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I know. It seriously outputs the sir.

I've got an '04 350ZR, and you can't even tell the Auto A/C is there. It's just always comfortable.

I've got to keep moving my vents around, but on me is too cold cause it outputs so much air and off me is too hot. And I'm not sensitive to temp. Oh well, guess we're stuck with it.

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I'm constantly changing the temp inside the vehicle.  The numbers don't seem to mean anything.  The outside temp sensor seems to be accurate.  It seems to work better when not in the Dual mode.

Anyone else have this issue?

I agree with you. There seems to be a problem with the regulation of temperature.

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  • 1 month later...

I too am constantly adjusting my interior temperature. Nothing automatic about it. Had an Infiniti prior and never had this problem. I agree that it seems to work better with the Dual Mode off, but still quite irritating.

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  • 17 years later...

I have the same problem.  After I start my GX470 and the engine is warm I get heat, then the cabin temp slowly drops off as I drive.  I have to constantly increase the temp setting to keep it warm. Does anyone know where I can locate the cabin temperature sensor.  I'm thinking this could be place to start with my temperature problem.

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