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Q: How do I use the air vents?

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How do I use the air vents?

Your vehicle is equipped with air vents on the center and sides of the instrument panel. These vents are great customizable tools to manually direct airflow. Simply turn the thumbwheels near the corresponding vent to open or close the vents.

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