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

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How do I adjust the position of the air outlets?

A: You can control how much air flows directly...

You can control how much air flows directly towards you or your passengers by adjusting the air outlets on the dashboard.

  1. Use the knob to move the vents up, down or to the right or left.

Tip

Moving the air outlets allows you to cool the car without blowing directly in your direction.

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