Outlet Adjustment

Use the air outlets located in the center and on the sides of your instrument panel to direct the airflow.

Operation Tips

• Keep the hood and front air inlets free of ice, snow, or any other obstruction, such as leaves. The heater and defroster will work far better, reducing the chance of fogging the inside of your windows.
• When you enter a vehicle in cold weather, select maximum blower speed for a few moments before driving. This helps clear the intake ducts of snow and moisture, and reduces the chance of fogging the inside of your window.
• Keep the air path under the front seats clear of objects. This helps air to circulate throughout your vehicle.
• Adding outside equipment to the front of your vehicle, such as hood-air deflectors, may affect the performance of the heating and air conditioning system. Check with your dealer before adding equipment to the outside of your vehicle.

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