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Q: How do I use the automatic climate control?

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How do I use the automatic climate control?

The automatic climate control feature helps keep you comfortable inside your vehicle. After you input the temperature, the system will automatically adjust the fans and the input mode to keep the cabin at your set temperature. To use the automatic climate control, first press the Auto button, then use the Temperature Control button to set the temperature.

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