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How do you get maximum cooling from the automatic temperature control system?
Your car’s heating and air conditioning is capable of automatically controlling the temperature for both the driver and passenger side of the car, but if it’s extremely hot outside, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting maximum cooling. Here’s how to do that:
You can also use the max A/C function. Here’s how:
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