Q: How do I change the air intake mode?

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How do I change the air intake mode?

Your vehicle has two different air intake modes: outside air, and recirculated air. To switch between the two, press the recirculation button on the climate control settings. When the indicator comes on, the system is in recirculated air mode, and when the indicator is off, the system is in outside air mode.

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