Q: Q: How do I use the air conditioning?

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How do I use the air conditioning?

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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