Rear Climate Control System (Rear Climate Control Only)

A. Fan Control

A. Fan Control
B. Temperature Control
C. Air Delivery Mode Control

For vehicles with the rear climate control system, the controls are located on the rear of the center console. The system can also be controlled with the front controls.

Press the REAR button on the front climate control system to turn the rear climate control system on or off. An indicator comes on when the rear system is on. The system also turns on if any of the rear controls are adjusted.

Mimic Mode: This mode matches the rear climate control to the front climate control settings. It comes on when REAR is pressed.

Independent Mode: This mode directs rear seating airflow according to the settings of the rear controls. It comes on when any rear control is adjusted.

Fan Control: Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the fan speed. Turn the knob to Temperature Control: Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the airflow temperature. to turn the fan off.

Temperature Control: Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the airflow temperature.

Air Delivery Mode Control:

Turn to the desired mode to change the airflow direction.

(Bi-Level): Air is directed through the rear floor outlets, as well as the overhead outlets. (Vent): Air is directed through the overhead outlets.

(Floor): Air is directed through the floor outlets. The rear system floor outlets are located under the third row seats. (Bi-Level): Air is directed through the rear floor outlets, as well as the overhead outlets.

Rear Climate Control System (Rear Climate with Rear Seat Audio) (Floor): Air is directed through the floor outlets. The rear system floor outlets are located under the third row seats.

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