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Noticed there was no heat late last spring. Purchased the car new 2 years ago and have 26,000 miles. Auto defog is off and have a dealer visit scheduled later in the week. I have several questions...

Seems like this was a fairly common issue on MY2013. Anyone have it on a 2015?

Are there any service bulletins that could help the service technician out?

How long does the repair take?

Anyone who had this fixed have it come back?

Thanks for any input you may have.
 

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Thanks all for your input. The heat worked fine the first couple of Minnesota winters. In fact I generally only use pre-conditioning in the morning and leave the heat off for the remainder of the commute. Where I've really noticed this is 30 degree mornings and using defrost. Without the electric heat the car is like the inside of a freezer within a few minutes!
 

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Update: Car was repaired under warranty by the dealer purchased from. They kept it overnight but provided a loaner (Cruze). Service was replace the aux cooling pump and coolant control heater module. Note on the repair was the pump failed and burnt out the heater element since coolant was not flowing. Overall very satisfied with the Chevy dealer (Mauer in Inver Grove Heights).

Side note: This was my first experience driving an ICE car since I started driving Volts in 2012. What a difference! The Cruze is adequate transport but the noisy, hot, jerky engine/transmission really detracts from the experience. Very happy to get the Volt back.
 
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