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Q: How do I use the passenger temperature controls?

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How do I use the passenger temperature controls?

A: The passenger side temperature can be contr...

The passenger side temperature can be controlled independent of the driver’s side. To set the passenger temperature, use the Passenger Temperature Control buttons. Press the + button to increase the temperature, or press the – button to decrease the temperature.

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