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The FAN control is used it: seine: the speed of the blower fun and the force of air you want. There are tour speeds to choose from. Moving the lever between LOW and HIGH will decrease or increase the fan speed. The fan will he off when the system is off.
This lever regulates the temperature of the air coming through the system. Move the TEMPERATURE lever to
change the temperature of the air coming through your outlets. Move the lever between COOL and WARM to
lower or raise the re mperature.
The buttons on your system allow you to choose settings to deliver air through lower. middle or windshield outlets.
RECIRC: Press this button to limit the amount of air ur cool the air in your vehicle. To turn oiT RECIRC. press
the button again. if you seleot FRONT defrost or BLEND while RECIRC is selected. the system will automatically turn off RECIRC tn prevent fogging.
VENT: This setting directs airflow through the middle instrument panel outlets. The air conditioning compressor is not working when VENT is select ecl.
HTR: This button directs air out of the heater outlets. Most of the air will come from the floor outlets while some of it 1trill flow through the windshield and side window outlets. The air conditioning compressor is not working when HTR is selected.
ELEM): When BLEND is selected the airflow will he split between the windshield and the ﬂoor outlets. The air conditioning compressor will be operating.
FRONT: This sening directs most of the airflow toward the windshield.
OFF: The ventilation system always allows fresh air to flow through your Buick when the vehicle is moving. The system will tr}r to keep the air at a previously chosen temperature, When the system is off. the blower fan is also off.
MAX: This setting dire-ets airﬂow through the middle instrument panel outlets.
NORM: This setting oools the air entering your vehicle tmd directs it tiuough the middle instrument panel outlets. [ii-LEV: This selling directs warm air to the floor and cooler air to [his middle ioslnm'tent panel outlets.