Climatic comfort

Air distribution

Knob D-fig. 72 directs the air inside the passenger compartment according to five levels:

side vents directly to the body (face/chest);conveys the air to the central and side vents directly to the body (face/chest);

and cooler air to the central vents and dashboard vents (bilevel);conveys warmer air to the lower vents and cooler air to the central vents and dashboard vents (bilevel);

air to move upwards ensuring a faster warming of the passenger compartment;exploits the characteristic of warm air to move upwards ensuring a faster warming of the passenger compartment;

warming and prevents misting up at the same time;ensures good passenger compartment warming and prevents misting up at the same time;

and front side windows for demisting and defrosting. all the air is conveyed to the windscreen and front side windows for demisting and defrosting.

The distribution levels are graphically illustrated in the following figures.

Heating

Heating

1) Air temperature knob C: pointer in the red sector.

2) Fan knob A: pointer at the required speed.

3) Air distribution knob D: pointer at

at the same time;to warm the feet and demist the windscreen at the same time;

air to the central vents and dashboard vents;to convey air to the feet and cooler air to the central vents and dashboard vents;

Fast heatingfor fast heating.

Fast heating

1) Close the vents on the dashboard.

2) Air temperature knob A: pointer at 3) Fan knob A at fourth speed, pointer at 4 in the red sector.

3) Fan knob A at fourth speed, pointer at 4 4) Air temperature knob D: pointer at.

4) Air temperature knob D: pointer atDemisting and defrosting the windscreen and the front side windows

Demisting and defrosting the windscreen and the front side windows

This function - called max-def - is obtained by turning the control pointers to the orange symbols, specifically:

1) Air temperature knob A: pointer at 2) Fan knob B: pointer at top speed 4.in the red sector.

2) Fan knob B: pointer at top speed 43) Air distribution knob D: pointer at..

3) Air distribution knob D: pointer at4) Slider B at.

4) Slider B at After demisting and/or defrosting, operate the controls to restore the required

After demisting and/or defrosting, operate the controls to restore the required comfort.

To prevent misting up:

IMPORTANT

If the outside air is very damp, if it is raining and/or if there is a considerable difference between temperature inside and outside the vehicle, prevent the windows from misting up as follows:

Ц slider B at Ц air temperature knob C: pointer at;

Ц air temperature knob C: pointer at Ц fan knob A at second speed or faster, pointer at 2; in the red sector;

Ц fan knob A at second speed or faster, pointer at 2;

Ц air distribution knob D: pointer at if the windows start misting up.; switch to If the vehicle has a climate control system, you are recommended to adjust the if the windows start misting up.

If the vehicle has a climate control system, you are recommended to adjust the controls as described above and press button A-fig. 78 to speed up the demisting process.

Demisting and defrosting the rear window/s

Demisting and defrosting the rear window/s

Press button demisting device also comes on. The electric mirror demisting device also comes on.

Warning light panel will turn on. on the instrument panel will turn on.

You are advised to switch the button off as soon as the rear window is clear.

Ventilation

1) Centre and side vents: completely open.

2) Air temperature knob C: pointer in the blue sector.

3) Slider B at4) Fan knob A: pointer at the required speed.

4) Fan knob A: pointer at the required speed.

5) Air distribution knob D: pointer at Recirculation

Recirculation

With the slider B at air is recalculated. the internal air is recalculated.

IMPORTANT

This function is particularly useful when the outside air is heavily polluted (in a traffic jam, tunnel, etc.) and when running on dusty roads. You are advised against using this function for long periods, however, especially if there are a lot of people in the vehicle or on cold or rainy days since the windows could mist up effecting visibility and driving.

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