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Q: How do I use the air conditioning?

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How do I use the air conditioning?

A: The air conditioning system brings cold air...

The air conditioning system brings cold air into your vehicle, to help keep you cool on hot days. To turn on the air conditioning, press the A/C button in the middle of the Fan Speed Control knob. A light will illuminate to confirm that the air conditioning is on. Press the button again to turn off the air conditioning.

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