Q: How do I control the air flow mode selection?

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How do I control the air flow mode selection?

Your climate controls have three different air flow modes: face level (air is directed towards the face), floor level (air is directed towards the feet), bi-level (air is directed towards both the feet and the face), floor/defrost level (air is directed towards the feed and the windshield), and defrost level (air is directed towards the windshield). To switch to any of these air flow modes, press the corresponding button on the climate controls.

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