Q: How do I use the Dual Air function from the touch screen?

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How do I use the Dual Air function from the touch screen?

You can activate the Dual Air function from the touch screen in your vehicle. The Dual Air function allows the air on the driver and passenger sides to be operated separately. To use the Dual Air function from the touch screen.

  1. Locate the Dual function on the touch screen.

  2. Press it once to activate Dual Air mode.

  3. Press it again to deactivate it.

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