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Q: How do I adjust the air delivery?

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How do I adjust the air delivery?

A: Your vehicle comes equipped with five diffe...

Your vehicle comes equipped with five different styles of air delivery. The five styles are vent (air flowing out of the instrument panels); floor (air flowing out of the floor outlets); bi-level (air flowing out of both the instrument panel and the floor outlets); defog (air aimed to remove moisture from the windows and windshield, as well as air flowing out of the floor outlets); and defrost (removes moisture from the windows and windshield more rapidly). You can choose any of the styles by pressing the corresponding button in the climate control cluster.

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