Q: How do I change the air intake control?

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How do I change the air intake control?

The air intake has two available settings: outside air (air from outside the vehicle is used), and recirculated air (air from inside the vehicle is recirculated). To turn on the recirculated air, press the Recirculated Air button on the climate controls. An indicator will illuminate to confirm that the recirculated air is on. To switch to the outside air, either press the Recirculated Air button a second time, or press the Outside Air button, depending on your model.

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