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post #11 of 16 Old 02-16-2017, 05:39 PM
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How do you get to the "My Temp" settings? I have a 2011 lariat but do not have nav and have looked through the menus I can get to on the dash near the other gauges. Would love my seats to turn on when I use the remote starter on cold days.

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2012 Lariat here, at least on mine the heated seats will come on with remote start only if the outside temperature is below 30, cooling if over 100 I believe. I don't think a remote start will stay running near long enough to get anything close to warm air out of the system. The supplemental heat option would, as its a small electric heater, but engine temps won't raise until it starts doing some work.
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You don't need a "my temp" which I don't believe is on Pre MFT trucks.

Put your truck on "auto" and its default temp is 72 degrees.

Heated seats is 38* or colder and AC seats are 80* or above.

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Do the XLT models have this? I haven't seen any kind of setting for this.

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Do the XLT models have this? I haven't seen any kind of setting for this.
Default temp is typically set to 72 IIRC. Check the manual.
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I have noticed that the climate system will not port warm air until the ECT reaches 130*F. SO if i start the truck at any OAT, set the climate control heat temp to HI, then set it to the dash vents I will not feel a substantial change in the air temp until after I see 130*F on ECT.

I would suggest this is to allow the motor to reach the operating temps and not shed off heat to the interior.


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