Air distribution

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Air distribution

The incoming air is distributed through the ventilation

The incoming air is distributed through the ventilation points in the passenger compartment shown above.

Air vents in the dash

A Open

A Open
B Closed
C Horizontal air flow
D Vertical air flow

Direct the outer air vents toward the side windows to defrost.

Air vents in the door pillars

A Open

A Open
B Closed
C Horizontal air flow
D Vertical air flow

Direct the outer air vents toward the side windows to defrost.

Ventilated front seats

Controls for ventilated front seats

Controls for ventilated front seats

The ventilation system consists of fans in the seats and backrests that draw air through the seat upholstery. The cooling effect increases as the air in the passenger compartment becomes cooler.

The level of ventilation is adjusted on the control panel on the side of the seat. The fans can be set to three speeds.

To start seat ventilation:

-Press briefly on .

To gradually increase ventilation:

- Press briefly on For maximum ventilation:+.

For maximum ventilation:

Hold down seconds. for approximately 2 seconds.

To gradually decrease ventilation:

Press briefly on .

To switch off ventilation:

Hold down seconds. for approximately 2 seconds.

The ventilation can be used at the same time as seat heating, for example, to help dry damp clothing.

NOTE
• Seat ventilation cannot be started if the temperature in the passenger compartment is below 41°F (5°C).
• Seat ventilation should be used with caution by people who are sensitive to drafts. A moderate ventilation level should be set if the function is used for extended periods.

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