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Q: How do I adjust the automatic temperature control (ATC)?

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How do I adjust the automatic temperature control (ATC)?

A: The automatic temperature control (ATC) sys...

The automatic temperature control (ATC) system allows both the driver and the front seat passenger to have different temperature settings. The ATC panel has both a “MODE” and a “BLOWER” control knob; set both of these to “Auto.” Then, use the temperature buttons to set the desired temperature for both the driver and the passenger, and the ATC system will provide that temperature.

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