2016 Nissan Rogue

Asked by Feb 22, 2017 at 05:16 PM about the 2016 Nissan Rogue S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought this car brand new on 2/1/17. It's been running
good. I live in West Texas and the weather is very
unpredictable. Cold in the morning hot in the afternoon
currently, maybe snow tomorrow. Anyhow, had to turn the
air condition on this morning from heat. It was working
good. I park to make some phones calls and chart (I'm a
home hospice nurse) turn off my car and roll the windows
down. About 45mins later I turn on my car and my AC is
blowing hot air. I turn it off and on and then up down and
nothing. I'm about to head to the dealership as it's only
been 3 weeks. I try turning the knob over to the heat (red
side) then back to cool (blue side) and it starts working
great! Anyone else had this issue? I called the dealership
and they said if it did it again to take it by.

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The dealership will be able to help you. Should be under warranty and free of charge.

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