Compared to my Volt, the traction control for my 21 Kona EV is very aggressive to where it kicked in too early and I could not get up a hill I use for testing, even with a running start. However, if I disabled the traction control, I could get up it with a running start.Yeah, it's not really heated seat season, yet. Just thought I'd give them a try on a chilly day. Evidently something reset when the car was powered down. Thankful both are working now.
I have a lot to learn about winter use and charging. This forum has helped prepare me for the coming challenges that below freezing temperatures will bring. That season will start any week now and run until mid to late April.
Ordered new snow tires and they have arrived. I'll mount myself and I'm working on a balancing device. This coming winter I have decided to use the stock wheels. After the late fall mount and dismount in the spring I might be ready to "spring" for a set of winter wheels and pressure sensors.
So I’ve just purchased a used 2019 Kona this past week and this weekend I noticed this exact issue cropping up. The driver side seat warmer does turn on, but quickly turns off and won’t work again until the car is turned on and off. Passenger side is fine. Have you had this issue come up again, or have any ideas on what might have fixed it for you?Well, that's a "never mind". During that short trip I wasn't able to turn on the driver's side but could turn the passenger side on and off. When I returned to the car after Dr. visit both work as normal...