It's not a bug, it's a feature.My cabin blower motor or cabin fan motor comes back on by it's self after car is turned off. Dealer had vehicle for 2 days. Still has same problem. It has a mind of its own.:frown:
Mines lost a little coolant too. But, I just add a little distilled water to it as i'm hesitant to "take it to dealer" as they may start chasing a A/C blower problem that doesn't exist!Wow! thanks for the info.Too bad the dealer doesn't know. The other issue I have is that I have lost about 12oz on coolant over 14k miles. They said they pressure tested and all was fine. I never had a car that lost coolant. John
Nice thing about the metris is, it tells you your low on coolant before it overheats.Nowadays coolant loss has to be near zero tolerance. Modern cooling systems don't just consume coolant (who remembers the water stops on the Ridge Route (US 99) and Angeles Crest Highway). I killed my 13 year old Eurovan through a very unfortunate combination of a failed temperature sender coupled with an ignored minor coolant leak. Water pump failed catastrophically, no spectacularly!, 300 miles from home. Unfortunately, I didn't know about the failure until the sickening explosion and blue smoke slowed me from 65 MPH to zero in lovely Morgan Hill. My gorgeous VR6 lost two holes before I could pull over. Some charity benefited.
So, if my Metris leaks a DROP, I'll be all over it until resolved.