Front ventilation

  • Thumbwheels for adjusting the temperature, arrows 1.
    Toward blue: colder.
    Toward red: warmer.
  • Lever for changing the air flow direction, arrow 2.
  • Thumbwheels for opening and closing the vents continuously, arrows 3.

Ventilation levels

  • Draft-free ventilation:
    Thumbwheel, arrow 3, in level the air: the air current is fanned out.
  • Maximum air volume: Thumbwheel, arrow 3, in level the air is: the air is partially fanned out and partially bundled. This maximizes the air supply.
  • Direct ventilation: Thumbwheel, arrow 3, in level the air is: the air is bundled and can be directed to a specific point.

Adjusting the ventilation

  • Ventilation for cooling: Adjust the vent to direct the air in your direction, e.g., if the vehicle interior is hot from the sun.
  • Draft-free ventilation: Adjust the vent to let the air flow past you.
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