Q: How do I adjust the blower speed?

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How do I adjust the blower speed?

The heat and air blower speed is controlled by a knob in the climate control section of the center console. The blower speed knob starts at OFF, and has four different settings. the farther you turn the knob clockwise, the faster the blower will work.

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