Q: How do I control the air circulation?

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How do I control the air circulation?

A: The air circulation in your vehicle has two...

The air circulation in your vehicle has two settings: recirculation (redistributing air throughout the vehicle), and outside air circulation (using air from outside the vehicle). To switch between the two, press the Air Recirculation button in the center of the Temperature dial. When the indicator light comes on, the vehicle is in recirculation mode. When the indicator is off, the vehicle is in outside air circulation mode.

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