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Q: How do you adjust the vents?

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How do you adjust the vents?

Adjusting the air vents in your car lets you fix the flow of hot, cold or fresh air where you want it most. It’s also very simple. Here’s how:

Front Right and Left:

  1. Move the vent slide left or right.

  2. Move the vent slide up or down.

  3. Use the dial at the bottom to close or open the vent.

Center:

  1. Move the vent slide left or right.

  2. Move the vent slide up or down.

Rear:

  1. Move the vent slide left or right.

  2. Move the vent slide up or down.

  3. Use the dial in the center to open or close the rear vents (operates both).

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