Q: Q: How do I adjust the air outlets?

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How do I adjust the air outlets?

You can adjust the air outlets to control where the hot or cold air is blowing in your vehicle’s cabin. To do so, simply adjust the outlets with your fingers until they are pointed in the direction of your choice. You can also rotate the knob on the air outlets to close them off.

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