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My '14 Big Horn does the same basic thing, except that shutting it off doesn't make a difference. It's not a diesel, but that really shouldn't matter here.
If it wasn't for the heated seats and steering wheel, it wouldn't be driveable in the winter, and it's been that way since new.
One time (I must've been stopped for roadwork or something) I fiddled with the dreaded touch screen and moved the air from dash and floor, where it has always been, to dash only, then back again. And then there was heat!
Well, it worked that one time. Guess I should try again now that were getting down to negative over night. Maybe plan on setting aside time for messing with the screen for a bit before starting to drive, every darn time?
Ironically, I got stuck with the touch screen because I wanted the heated steering wheel and seats. Which are operated by the buttons below, anyway. Little did I know that it'd effectively cancel out the regular heating.
Maybe if we start telling people that the brain is an app, they will start using it?
'14 1500 V6, '17 3500 C&C, plus a '19 3500 6.4 in the household.