it wouldn't hurt to go and talk to the service guy about it and ask if they've run into this before especially if the problem is not happening when you go there, and like most auto manufactures, they will have a data base of problems so they can get an idea if a recall is needed and if your trouble is happening by others and what the fix is for it.I own a 2021 Venue SE with auto transmission and just over 5K miles. Recently, it will occasionally fail to heat up while driving a significant distance. No heat comes out off the heater and the temp gauge does not move off "C". I can sometimes "cure" this issue by stoping, turning the engine off, then restarting the engine and it will perform normally and the temp gauge also works. If this were one of my old classics, I'd pull the thermostat and replace it. With the Venue, I have to wonder if it's tied to the computer do I actually have a defective thermostat, or even some other issue.? I imagine that if it heats up normally when I take it to the dealer, they'll send me on my way with a "come back when it malfunctions again". With the problem being intermittent, it's a crap shoot as to when it will act up at the dealers shop.
Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this issue with their Venue. If so, that would assist me when I visit the dealer in the near future. Thanks in advance of any info on this problem, I appreciate it.
the reason I say to go and not just phone them is that a face to face is far better then phoning and getting someone who is not qualified and actually cares...over the years I've found by doing a face to face more questions and answers go a long way and every time I got results...the dealership might do a reboot on your computer if he or she has never seen this before or maybe a reboot is the fix.