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Q: How do I adjust the air outlets?

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How do I adjust the air outlets?

A: Your vehicle has four front air outlets: tw...

Your vehicle has four front air outlets: two in the center, and one on each side. All of these outlets can be adjusted up, down, left, and right, simply by grabbing them in moving them in the desired direction. The side outlets can also be closed by rotating the knob at the base of the outlet all the way to the right.

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