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How do I properly use the air conditioning?


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Stupid question but I’m a little confused on some of the buttons, and the lowest temperature I can get blowing is 65 which seems high. Air never blows that cold. What buttons do I press to actually get the coldest air blowing? Dumb question but thanks in advance 

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Sounds like you have the auto climate control on your vehicle? 65 is a pretty standard lowest setting for vehicles with auto climate control from my experience, and it *should* be plenty cold if operating properly. Ensure the AC button is on when testing this (there is a button that lights up if I remember correctly). If AC is supposedly on and its still not very cold your AC system may need servicing.

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I will add a note that some NPORA members have complained of their AC system being lacking in hot climates (like the US southwest), but I doubt you'd be having that issue this time of year in Pennsylvania.

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