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How do you get maximum performance from the max A/C setting?
Your vehicle has both a normal A/C setting and a max A/C setting. While the normal setting should keep the interior of your car comfortable on hot days at highway speeds, you may want to use the max A/C setting when you’re sitting stationary, or when first starting out, particularly if it’s very hot outside. Here’s how to get the best performance from the system:
Turn the system on.
Choose max A/C.
Turn the temp dial all the way down.
Turn the fan speed all the way up.
Let it run on full blast for a brief period.
Turn the fan speed down when the inside temp drops. This will actually provide cooler air than what you experience on full speed.
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