Q: How do I change the air outlet mode?

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How do I change the air outlet mode?

Your vehicle has four different air outlet modes: air flow to the upper body, air flow to the upper body and the feet, air flow to the feet, and air flow to the feet with windshield defogger. To switch between these modes, press the MODE button on the climate control settings. The current mode will be shown on the display.

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