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Q: How do I change the air distribution mode?

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How do I change the air distribution mode?

Your vehicle has four available air distribution modes: floor level (air enters at the floor level), panel level (air enters at the instrument panel level), bi-level (air enters at the floor and instrument panel levels), and floor and defroster (air enters at the floor level and through the defroster vents). To choose your air distribution mode, press the Multifunction Control button until the desired mode is indicated, or press the corresponding Distribution Mode button, depending on your model.

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