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Old 08-03-2014, 10:09 PM
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Question 8.4A Heater Question

Is this correct? To operate the heater bring up the climate control screen, set the temp desired with the up & down arrows on the touch screen, select the vents on the touch screen, and finally set the fan speed with the touch screen or the fan control knob. There is no selection marked "heat". I do not have the "auto" or dual zone HVAC. Is this correct or am I missing something? I'm a technically challenged old fart! All my other vehicles just had knobs! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Easiest way is to just use the buttons and knobs under the screen. But yes you set the temp you want and adjust the fan speed. I have the auto dual zone so I just leave it on 70 if the windows are up regardless of winter or summer and it adjusts accordingly
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Is this correct? To operate the heater bring up the climate control screen, set the temp desired with the up & down arrows on the touch screen, select the vents on the touch screen, and finally set the fan speed with the touch screen or the fan control knob. There is no selection marked "heat". I do not have the "auto" or dual zone HVAC. Is this correct or am I missing something? I'm a technically challenged old fart! All my other vehicles just had knobs! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You do not have to operate "Heat" via the touch screen. All you have to do is ensure that the A/C is off, there is a button for that. Then you can adjust the temperature with the two buttons on the console. If you want defrost that is all you have to touch, then the temperature buttons and the fan speed button. To select the actual airflow you do have to go into the climate controls via the touch screen.
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