Q: How do I use the Pass Temp feature?

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How do I use the Pass Temp feature?

The Pass Temp feature allows you to change the temperature between the driver and passenger side. This makes them the ride more enjoyable for both the driver and passenger. To use the Pass Temp feature:

  1. Press the Pass Temp button on the climate control panel.

  2. Turn the dial to adjust the temperature on the passenger side.

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