Climate Controls

The heating, cooling, and ventilation for the vehicle can be controlled with this system.

A. Display

A. Display
B. Fan
C. Power
D. AUTO (Automatic Operation)
E. PASS (Passenger Climate Control)
F. Defrost
G. Air Delivery Mode
H. Temperature and Heated/Ventilated Seat
I. Air Conditioning
J. Recirculation
K. Outside Air
L. Rear Window Defogger

See Dual Automatic Climate Control System.

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