Q: How do I use the temperature function on the touch screen?

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How do I use the temperature function on the touch screen?

If your vehicle is equipped with a touchscreen, it will include everything you need to use certain functions of your vehicle, including the temperature. To use the temperature function from the touch screen.

  1. Press the Up and Down arrows to adjust the temperature.

  2. Press the Vent option to choose which vents the air comes out of.

  3. Press the Defroster option to defrost the windshield.

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