Dual Automatic Climate Control System

The heating, cooling, and ventilation in the vehicle can be controlled with this system. The vehicle also has a flow-through ventilation system described later in this section.

B. Fan Control A. Driver and Passenger Temperature Controls
B. Fan Control
C. AUTO
D. Defrost
E. Recirculation
F. Outside Air
G. Air Delivery Mode Control
H. Display
I. On/Off
J. Rear Window Defogger
K. Air Conditioning
L. PASS (Passenger)

Outside air still enters the vehicle, and is directed to the floor. This direction can be changed by pressing the mode button. (On/Off): Press to turn the climate control system on or off.

Outside air still enters the vehicle, and is directed to the floor. This direction can be changed by pressing the mode button.

Recirculation can be selected once you have selected vent or bi-level mode. The temperature can also be adjusted using either temperature button. If the air delivery mode or temperature settings are adjusted with the system off, the display illuminates briefly to show the settings and then returns to off. The system can be turned back on by pressing either ,, ,, , the defrost or the AUTO button., Driver and Passenger Side Temperature Controls, the defrost or the AUTO button.

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