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03 Instruments and controls

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Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 58)

Information display – menu overview

(p. 96)

Information display – menu controls

(p. 96)

Trip computer – introduction 

The content and appearance of the trip com-

puter varies depending on whether the vehi-

cle is equipped with an Analog or Digital

instrument panel.

Analog information display and controls

Digital information displays and controls

The instrument panel illuminates as soon as

the vehicle is unlocked and trip computer set-

tings can be made. If none of the trip com-

puter's controls are used within 30 seconds

after the driver's door has been opened, the

instrument panel lighting will go out and the

trip computer cannot be used again until:

the ignition is put in mode II

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the engine is started

NOTE

If a warning message appears while you

are using the trip computer, this message

must be acknowledged in order to return

to the trip computer function. Acknowl-

edge a message by pressing OK.

Related information

Trip computer – functions, analog instru-

ment panel (p. 99)

Trip computer – functions, digital instru-

ment panel (p. 102)

Trip computer – Supplementary informa-

tion (p. 104)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 105)

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See Ignition modes (p. 69) for information about the various ignition modes.

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Trip computer – functions, analog

instrument panel

Information display and controls

OK–press to access the trip computer's

functions or acknowledge/confirm/erase

a message
Thumb wheel–turn to access the list of

trip computer information headings and

to scroll among the alternatives
RESET–press to cancel/reset/exit a func-

tion after a selection has been made

The trip computer has two different menu

groups:

Trip computer functions

Trip computer information headings in the

instrument panel

Functions
To open and make settings in the trip com-

puter functions:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer

controls are being used in a command

sequence; reset them by pressing RESET

twice.

2. Press OK to open the list of functions.
3. Use the thumb wheel to scroll among the

functions and select/confirm your choice

by pressing OK.

4. After completing your selection, exit by

pressing RESET twice.

The following table lists the analog trip com-

puter's functions:

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Function

Description

Digital speed
– km/h
– mph
– None

This displays the vehicle's speed digitally in the center of the instrument panel

Open by pressing OK, scroll using the thumb wheel, confirm by pressing OK and exit by pressing

ENTER.

Trip comp. opt.
– 

Distance to empty

– 

Fuel consumption

– 

Average speed

– Trip odometer 

T1 and total dist.

– Trip odometer 

T2 and total dist.

Selections among the trip computer information headings are made here. The symbols that have already

been selected have a check mark and are displayed in white. Those not selected are not checked and

are displayed in gray:
1. Open the function by pressing OK and scroll to the desired heading using the thumb wheel.
2. Confirm by pressing OK. The symbol will change colors from gray to white and will be checked.
3. Continue this procedure or exit by pressing RESET.

Service status

Shows the number of months and mileage until the next scheduled service.

Messages (##)

For additional information, see Information display – menu controls (p. 96).

Information headings
Any of the information headings in the follow-

ing table can be displayed. To do so:
1. Ensure that none of the trip computer

controls are being used in a command

sequence; reset them by pressing RESET

twice.

2. Turn the thumb wheel to begin display-

ing the information headings. Stop on the

desired heading.

3. See the table for an explanation of the

heading or the actions that can be taken.

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Information headings in the instrument

panel

Description

Trip odometer 

T1 and total dist.

Press and hold RESET to reset trip odometer T1.

Trip odometer 

T2 and total dist.

Press and hold RESET to reset trip odometer T2.

Distance to empty

See 

Distance to empty

 in Trip computer – Supplementary information (p. 104).

Fuel consumption

Current fuel consumption.

Average speed

Press and hold RESET to reset 

Average speed

.

-

No information will be displayed. This also indicates the beginning/end of the list of information

headings.

Scroll among the trip computer information

headings at any time by turning the thumb

wheel until the desired heading is displayed.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 98)

Trip computer – functions, digital instru-

ment panel (p. 102)

Trip computer – Supplementary informa-

tion (p. 104)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 105)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Trip computer – functions, digital

instrument panel

Information displays and controls

OK–press to access the trip computer's

functions or to activate a selection
Thumb wheel–turn to access the list of

trip computer information headings and

to scroll among the alternatives
RESET–press to cancel/reset/exit a func-

tion after a selection has been made

The trip computer has two different menu

groups:

Trip computer functions

Trip computer information headings in the

instrument panel

Functions
To open and make settings in the trip com-

puter functions:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer

controls are being used in a command

sequence; reset them by pressing RESET

twice.

2. Press OK to open the list of functions.
3. Use the thumb wheel to scroll among the

functions and select/confirm your choice

by pressing OK.

4. After completing your selection, exit by

pressing RESET twice.

The following table lists the digital trip com-

puter's functions:

Function

Description

Trip computer reset
– Average fuel consumption
– Average speed

NOTE: This function does not reset the trip odometers, see Trip computer – Supplementary information

(p. 104) for a description of how this is done.

Messages

For additional information, see Information display – menu controls (p. 96).

Themes

Set the way in which information is displayed in the instrument panel, see Information displays – intro-

duction (p. 58).

Settings*

Select 

Auto On

 or 

Off

.

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Function

Description

Contrast mode/Color mode

Adjust the instrument panel's contrast and color.

Service status

Shows the number of months and mileage until the next scheduled service.

Information headings
Three trip computer headings can be dis-

played at the same time; one in each of the

displays (see the previous illustration). One of

the combinations of information headings in

the following table can be displayed. To do

so:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer

controls are being used in a command

sequence; reset them by pressing RESET

twice.

2. Turn the thumb wheel to begin display-

ing the combinations of information head-

ings. Stop on the desired combination.

3. See the table for an explanation of the

heading or the actions that can be taken.

Scroll among the combinations of trip com-

puter information headings at any time by

turning the thumb wheel until the desired

combination is displayed.

Heading combinations

Description

Average fuel consump-

tion

Trip odometer T1 + mile-

age

Average speed

Press and hold RESET to reset trip odometer T1.

Current fuel consumption

Trip odometer T2 + mile-

age

Distance to empty

Press and hold RESET to reset trip odometer T2.

Current fuel consumption

Mileage

mph<>km/h

Change between mph<>km/h – see "Digital speed display" in Trip

computer – Supplementary information (p. 104).

-

No trip computer informa-

tion displayed

-

No information will be displayed. This also indicates the begin-

ning/end of the list of information headings.

Scroll among the trip computer information

headings at any time by turning the thumb

wheel until the desired heading is displayed.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 98)

Trip computer – functions, analog instru-

ment panel (p. 99)

Trip computer – Supplementary informa-

tion (p. 104)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 105)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Trip computer – Supplementary

information

General information for both Analog and Digi-

tal trip computer functions.

Average fuel consumption
Fuel consumption since the last time this

function was reset.

Average speed
The vehicle's average speed since the last

time this function was reset.

Current fuel consumption
Current fuel consumption is calculated

approximately once a second. When the vehi-

cle is moving at low speed, fuel consumption

is displayed per unit of time. At higher

speeds, it is displayed in terms of distance.
Miles or kilometers can be displayed, see the

heading "Changing units".

Distance to empty
This function shows the approximate dis-

tance that can be driven on the fuel remaining

in the tank. When 

Distance to empty

 shows

"----", there is very little useable fuel remain-

ing in that tank; refuel as soon as possible.

The calculation is based on average fuel con-

sumption during the last 20 miles (30 km) of

driving and the amount of fuel remaining in

the tank (the accuracy of this figure may vary

if your driving style changes). An economical

driving style will generally increase this dis-

tance.

Digital speed display*
Speed is expressed in the unit not used by

the instrument panel's speedometer e.g., if

the normal speedometer is in mph, the trip

computer will display in the speed in km/h

and vice versa.

Resetting an analog instrument panel

Trip odometer(s) and average speed

1. Display trip odometer T1 or T1, or Aver-

age speed.

2. Press and hold RESET until selected

function is reset.

Each trip computer heading must be reset

individually.

Resetting a digital instrument panel

Trip odometer

1. Turn the thumb wheel to select the com-

bination of headings containing the trip

odometer to be reset.

2. Press and hold RESET until selected trip

odometer is reset.

Average speed and fuel consumption

1. Select 

Trip computer reset

 and press

OK.

2. Select one of the following alternatives

using the thumb wheel and press OK:

mpg

mph

Reset both

3. Finish by pressing RESET.

Changing units
To change the unit (miles/km) used to meas-
ure distance and speed, go to 

MY CAR

Settings

System options

Distance

and fuel units

.

NOTE

In addition to changing units in the trip

computer, this also changes the units used

in the Volvo Navigation System (VNS)*.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 98)

Trip computer – functions, analog instru-

ment panel (p. 99)

Trip computer – functions, digital instru-

ment panel (p. 102)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 105)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Trip computer – Trip statistics

Trip information from previous trips regarding

average fuel consumption and average speed

is stored and can be displayed in the form of

a bar chart.

Function

Trip statistics

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Each bar represents a driving distance of

1 mile or 10 miles, depending on the current

scale; the bar at the far right shows the value

for the current mile/10 miles.
Use TUNE to change between 1 mile and

10 miles; the marker at the right will also

change according to the scale selected.

Settings
Settings can be made in the MY CAR menu

system as follows:

Start new trip

: press ENTER to erase all

pervious statistics. Exit the menu by

pressing EXIT.

Reset for every driving cycle

: select by

pressing ENTER. Exit the menu by press-

ing EXIT.

Selecting 

Reset for every driving cycle

 era-

ses all trip statistics automatically if the igni-

tion is switched off for at least 4 hours. When

the engine is restarted, new statistics will be

stored.
To get new statistics if the engine is restarted

before 4 hours have elapsed, the existing

ones have to be erased manually by selecting

Start new trip

.

For additional information, see Information

display – menu controls (p. 96).
See also the information about Eco Guide in

Eco Guide* and Power Meter* (p. 61).

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 98)

Trip computer – functions, analog instru-

ment panel (p. 99)

Trip computer – functions, digital instru-

ment panel (p. 102)

Trip computer – Supplementary informa-

tion (p. 104)

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The illustration is generic; certain details may vary from model to model

04 Climate

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

107

Climate – general information

The vehicle is equipped with Electronic Cli-

mate Control (ECC) (p. 110) that cools, heats

or dehumidifies the air in the passenger com-

partment.

Air conditioning

NOTE

The air conditioning can be switched

off, but to ensure the best possible cli-

mate comfort in the passenger com-

partment and to prevent the windows

from misting, it should always be on.

In warm weather, a small amount of

water may accumulate under the car

when it has been parked. This water is

condensation from the A/C system

and is normal.

Fog on the inside of the windows
The defroster function (p. 112) should be

used to remove fog or mist from the inside of

the windows. Keeping the windows clean

with a commercially available window wash-

ing spray will also help prevent fogging or

misting.

Temporary shut-off of the air
conditioning
The air conditioning (p. 112) is momentarily

disengaged during full acceleration or when

driving uphill with a trailer. This may result in

a temporary increase in cabin temperature.

Ice and snow
Always keep the air intake grille at the base of

the windshield free of snow.

Climate system maintenance
Special tools and equipment are required to

maintain and carry out repairs on the climate

system. Work of this type should only be

done by a trained and qualified Volvo service

technician.

Refrigerant
Volvo cares about the environment. The air

conditioning system in your car contains a

CFC-free refrigerant – R134a. This substance

will not deplete the ozone layer. The air con-

ditioning system contains 1.76 lbs (800 g) of

R134a. The systems uses PAG oil.

Related information

Climate – sensors (p. 107)

Climate – menu settings (p. 109)

Climate – sensors

The climate system utilizes a number of sen-

sors to help regulate the temperature and

humidity level in the passenger compartment.

Sensor location

The sunlight sensor is located on the top

side of the dashboard.

NOTE

The sunlight sensor monitors which side of

the car that is most exposed to sunlight.

This can mean that the temperature may

differ between the right and left-side air

vents, even if the temperatures set for both

sides of the passenger compartment are

the same.

The temperature sensor for the passen-

ger compartment is located below the cli-

mate control panel.

The outside (ambient) temperature sensor

is located on the door mirror.

The humidity sensor* is located in the

interior rearview mirror.

NOTE

Do not cover or block the sensors with

clothing or other objects.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Air quality

The passenger compartment has been

designed to be pleasant and comfortable,

even for people with asthma and contact

allergies.

Passenger compartment filter
Replace the cabin air filter with a new one at

the recommended intervals. Please refer to

your Warranty and Service Records Informa-

tion booklet, or consult a trained and qualified

Volvo service technician for these intervals.

The filter should be replaced more often when

driving under dirty and dusty conditions. The

filter cannot be cleaned and therefore should

always be replaced with a new one.

NOTE

There are different types of cabin air filters.

Ensure that the correct type is installed.

Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)
A multifilter helps reduce gases and particles

in the incoming air, thereby reducing the lev-

els of odors and contaminants entering the

vehicle. The air quality sensor detects

increased levels of contaminants in the out-

side air. When the air quality sensor detects

contaminated outside air, the air intake closes

and the air inside the passenger compart-

ment is recirculated, i.e., no outside air enters

the vehicle. The filter also cleans recirculated

passenger compartment air.

NOTE

Contact your Volvo retailer for IAQS air fil-

ter replacement intervals.

Materials used in the cabin
The materials used in the cabin have been

developed to help minimize the amount of

dust and make the cabin easier to keep

clean. All floor mats can be easily removed

for cleaning. Use car cleaning products rec-

ommended by Volvo. See also the informa-

tion in Cleaning the interior (p. 310).

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)*

(p. 108)

Climate – menu settings (p. 109)

Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)*

The Air Quality System (IAQS) consists of a

multifilter and an air quality sensor. The filter

helps remove gases and particles from the

incoming air, thereby reducing the amounts of

odors and contaminants entering the vehicle.

The air quality (p. 108) sensor detects

increased levels of contaminants in the out-

side air. When the air quality sensor detects

contaminated outside air, the air intake closes

and the air inside the passenger compart-

ment is recirculated, i.e., no outside air enters

the vehicle. The filter also cleans recirculated

passenger compartment air. When the

AUTO (p. 112) button is depressed the air

quality sensor is always engaged.
Activate or deactivate this function in 

Climate

settings

Interior air quality system

.

NOTE

The air quality sensor should always

be engaged in order to obtain the best

air in the passenger compartment.

Recirculation is limited in cold weather

to avoid fogging.

If the insides of the windows start fog-

ging, disengage the air quality sensor.

Use the defroster function to increase

airflow to the front, side, and rear win-

dows.

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Max. defroster and electrically heated

windshield* (p. 112)

Climate – menu settings

The default settings for four of the climate

system's (p. 107) functions can be changed in

the menu system.

Blower speed (p. 111) in automatic

mode (p. 112).

Recirculation timer (p. 114) for passenger

compartment air.

Automatic rear window defrosting (p. 89).

The optional Interior Air Quality Sys-

tem (p. 108) (IAQS).

The functions can also be returned to factory

settings in the menu system.
See My Car – introduction (p. 66) for a

description of the menu system.

Related information

Electronic climate control (ECC) (p. 110)

Air distribution – general

The incoming air is distributed through a

number of different vents in the passenger

compartment.

Air distribution is fully automatic in AUTO

mode (p. 112).
If desired, air distribution can be controlled

manually, see Air distribution – function

(p. 114).

Air vents in the dashboard
Direct the outer air vents toward the side win-

dows to defrost.

Air vents in the door pillars
Direct the outer air vents toward the side win-

dows to defrost.
Direct the vents into the passenger compart-

ment to help maintain the desired tempera-

ture in the rear seat.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Air distribution – table (p. 116)

Air distribution – recirculation (p. 114)

Max. defroster and electrically heated

windshield* (p. 112)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Electronic climate control (ECC)

ECC (Electronic Climate Control) helps main-

tain the selected temperature in the passen-

ger compartment and the temperature can be

set separately on the driver's and passenger's

sides.
The AUTO function (p. 112) automatically

regulates the temperature, air conditioning,

blower speed, recirculation and air distribu-

tion.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Heated seats

The front seat heating has three levels to

increase comfort for the driver and passenger

in cold weather.
The rear outboard seat heating has three lev-

els to increase comfort for the passengers in

cold weather.

Heated front seats*

The current seat temperature setting is shown in

the center console display

Press the lower section of

the button repeatedly until

the desired number of indi-

cator lights illuminate:
Highest heat level – three

indicator lights.

Medium heat level – two indicator lights.
Lowest heat level – one indicator light.

If no indicator lights are illuminated, the seat

heating is switched off.
Seat heating will automatically switch off

when the engine is switched off.

Starting the seat heating automatically

This setting starts heating the driver's seat (at

the highest level) automatically when the

engine is started if the ambient temperature is

below approx. 50° F (10° C).
Activate/deactivate this function in the
MY CAR menu system, under 

Settings

Climate settings

Auto start driver seat

heater

.

Heated rear seats*

Heat control for the outboard seating posi-

tions is done in the same way as for the front

seats.

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Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Electronic climate control (ECC) (p. 110)

Temperature and blower control

When the vehicle is started, the most recent

setting is resumed.
The blower should always be activated to

help avoid condensation and fogging on the

windows.

Temperature control

The temperatures on the

driver and passenger sides

can be set separately.

NOTE

Heating or cooling cannot be speeded up

by selecting a higher/lower temperature

than the actual temperature required.

Blower control

Turn the control clockwise to

increase or counterclockwise

to decrease the blower

speed. If AUTO (p. 112) is

selected, blower speed will

be regulated automatically

and this will override manual

adjustment.

NOTE

If the blower is turned off completely, the

air conditioning is disengaged, which may

result in fogging on the windows.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Electronic climate control (ECC) (p. 110)

Air conditioning (p. 112)

Climate – sensors (p. 107)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Automatic climate control

The Auto function automatically controls tem-

perature (p. 111), air conditioning (p. 112),

blower speed (p. 111), recirculation (p. 114)

and air distribution (p. 109).

If you select one or more

manual functions, the other

functions continue to be

controlled automatically. The

air quality (p. 108) sensor is

engaged and all manual set-

tings are switched off when

AUTO is pressed. The display shows 

AUTO

CLIMATE

.

Blower speed in automatic mode can be set
under 

Climate settings

Automatic blower

adjustment

. Choose between 

Low

Normal

or 

High

.

NOTE

Selecting the lowest blower speed may

increases the risk of fog forming on the

windows.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Air conditioning

The air conditioning function cools and dehu-

midifies the air in the passenger compart-

ment.

When the indicator light in

the button is on, the air con-

ditioning is controlled auto-

matically. This cools/heats

and dehumidifies the incom-

ing air. When the indicator

light in the button is off, the

air conditioning is disengaged. Other func-

tions are still controlled automatically. When

maximum defroster (p. 112) is selected, the

air conditioning system is set for maximum

blower speed and dehumidifies the cabin as

quickly as possible.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Automatic climate control (p. 112)

Max. defroster and electrically heated

windshield*

The heated windshield and max. defroster

functions are used to clear the windshield and

front side windows of condensation and ice

as quickly as possible.

The selected settings are shown in the center

console display

Electrical heating*

Max. defroster

Models without an electrically heated wind-

shield

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Press the button once to start

defrosting/de-icing the windshield and

front side windows. The indicator light (2)

in the defroster button illuminates when

the function is active.

Press the button twice to switch off the

defroster (the indicator light will switch

off).

Models with an electrically heated wind-

shield*

If this feature is switched off, press the

button once to start heating the wind-
shield

1

. Symbol (1) will illuminate in the

center console display.

Press the button twice to start both the

defroster and the windshield heating.

Symbols (1) and (2) will illuminate in the

center console display.

If these features are on, press the button

to switch them off. The symbols will no

longer be displayed.

NOTE

Triangular areas at the far sides of the

windshield are not heated electrically

and will take slightly longer to

defrost/de-ice.

The heated windshield may affect the

performance/range of e.g., transpond-

ers used to automatically pay highway

tolls or other communication equip-

ment.

The following occurs when the defroster/

windshield heating functions have been acti-

vated:

Blower speed increases automatically

and the air conditioning (p. 112) will

switch on (if not already on and if the pas-

senger compartment blower is not turned

off) to dehumidify the air in the passenger

compartment. Air conditioning can be

switched off by pressing the AC button.

Recirculation (p. 114) will not function

while defrost is engaged.

The climate system will return to its previous

settings when the defroster/windshield heat-

ing function is switched off.
See also Heated windshield*, rear window

and door mirror defrosters (p. 89) for addi-

tional information.

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Automatic climate control (p. 112)

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If a "C" appears in the rear-view mirror when the button is pressed, the compass* has to be recalibrated, see Digital compass* (p. 90).

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Air distribution – function

The air distribution function consists of three

buttons.

Manual air distribution—defroster

Manual air distribution—dashboard air

vents
Manual air distribution—floor

When a button is pressed, the corresponding

figure will appear in the display with an arrow

indicating which manual air flow has been

selected (see the following illustration). See

also the air distribution chart (p. 116).

Air distribution is shown in the center console

display

Related information

Climate – general information (p. 107)

Air distribution – general (p. 109)

Air distribution – recirculation (p. 114)

Air distribution – recirculation

Recirculation can be used to shut out exhaust

fumes, smoke, etc., from the passenger com-

partment.

The air in the passenger

compartment is then recircu-

lated, i.e., no air from outside

the car is taken into the car

when this function is acti-

vated. The indicator light in

the button will illuminate

when recirculation is selected.
If the air in the car recirculates for too long,

there is a risk of condensation forming on the

insides of the windows, especially in winter.

Timer
The timer function minimizes the risk of fog-

ging, or stale air when the recirculation func-

tion is selected by automatically switching off

the function after a certain length of time,

depending on the ambient temperature. Acti-

vate/deactivate the function under 

Climate

settings

Recirculation timer

. See My Car

– introduction (p. 66) for a description of the

menu system.

NOTE

When Defroster is selected, recirculation is

always deactivated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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