Setting climate control to automatic

WARNING
If you switch off the cooling function, the vehicle will not be cooled when weather conditions are warm. The windows can fog up more quickly. Window fogging may impair visibility and endanger you and others.

In automatic mode, the set temperature is maintained automatically at a constant level.

The system automatically regulates the temperature of the dispensed air, the airflow and the air distribution.

Automatic mode will achieve optimal operation if cooling with air dehumidification is also activated. If desired, cooling with air dehumidification can be deactivated.

Х► Turn the SmartKey to position 2 in the ignition lock.

Х► Set the desired temperature.

Х► To activate: press the button. button.

The indicator lamp above the lights up. Automatic air distribution and button lights up. Automatic air distribution and airflow are activated.

3-zone automatic climate control: when automatic mode is activated, you can select a climate mode setting

Х► To deactivate: press the air distribution button.

Dual-zone automatic climate control: press button 10.

3-zone automatic climate control: press button 13.

The indicator lamp above the button button goes out.
or
Х► Press the airflow button.

Dual-zone automatic climate control: press button 11.

3-zone automatic climate control: press button 12.

The indicator lamp above the button button goes out.

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