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Q: How do I dehumidify the cabin?

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How do I dehumidify the cabin?

A: Dehumidifying the cabin can increase the wa...

Dehumidifying the cabin can increase the warmth in the car, while also preventing moisture and fog buildup. To dehumidify the cabin, follow these steps: 1. Use the fan control dial to set the fan to your desired speed. 2. Turn on the air conditioning by pressing the A/C button. 3. Press the lower air vent button. 4. Turn the temperature dial to the heating level of your choice.

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