Q: How do I use the passenger temperature controls?

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How do I use the passenger temperature controls?

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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