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Q: How do I use the automatic climate control setting?

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How do I use the automatic climate control setting?

When your climate controls are in automatic mode, then the air outlets and fan speed will be automatically adjusted based on the temperature at which you set the vehicle. To use the automatic climate control setting, simply press the Auto button, then use the Temp arrows to adjust the temperature. When the feature is turned on, a light will illuminate on the Auto button. Press the button a second time to turn off the automatic climate control.

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