Q: How do you dehumidify the interior?

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How do you dehumidify the interior?

While your Accord is designed to protect you against temperature extremes, it’s not airtight. That means humidity can rise in the cabin. To dehumidify the air, just follow these easy steps:

  1. Switch on the fan.

  2. Switch the air conditioning on (max or regular A/C).

  3. Select the upper and lower vent mode button.

  4. Turn the temperature dial to your preferred setting.

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