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Q: How do I use the driver temperature controls?

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How do I use the driver temperature controls?

A: To adjust the temperature, use the Driver T...

To adjust the temperature, use the Driver Temperature Control buttons. Press the + button to increase the temperature, or press the – button to decrease the temperature. If the dual zone temperature setting is turned on, then these buttons will control the driver side temperature. If the dual zone setting is turned off, then these buttons will control the temperature of the entire car.

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