It keeps the cabin within a fairly wide range, but it ignores your current temperature setting. Honda doesn't publish the temperature range that preconditioning operates but people report that generally speaking if the cabin is really cold it makes it less cold, if it is really hot it makes it less hot. Then when you start the car climate control operates normally and begins working towards your previously set temperature, however it will take less time and energy to do so if you have run preconditioning. Note that if you try and run preconditioning when the cabin is already within the preconditioning temperature range it will not do any preconditioning, again regardless of what your last temperature setting was.Hi Everyone,
I preconditioned the cabin for the first time today. I did not have the flexibility I though I would have.
When I turn it on, does the cable heat to the last setting I used when I was in the car?