Q: How do I turn on the automatic air conditioner?

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How do I turn on the automatic air conditioner?

When the weather gets hot outside, stay cool inside with an automatic air conditioning system in your Toyota Camry. It adjusts to provide just the right temperature for you and your passengers.

  1. Press the button that says Auto to turn on the air conditioner.

  2. Turn the knob to increase or decrease the temperature.

  3. The system will control the direction and volume of air need to achieve the temperature desired.

Tip

You can also press the button that says Dual to control the driver and passenger seats separately.

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