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Q: How do I use the temperature control?

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How do I use the temperature control?

A: The temperature control knob is located in ...

The temperature control knob is located in the climate control cluster, on the center console. The knob controls how hot or cold the air coming out of your vents is. If you turn the knob counter-clockwise, the air will get colder; if you turn it clockwise, the air will get hotter. The knob is color-coded (blue for cold, red for hot) to help you remember this.

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