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Subaru Outback: Automatic climate control system (if equipped)

Subaru Outback (BR) 2010-2015 Owners Manual / Climate control / Automatic climate control system (if equipped)

NOTE

● Operate the automatic climate control system when the engine is running.

● The blower fan rotates at a low speed when the engine coolant temperature is low.

For efficient defogging or dehumidifying in cold weather, press the “A/C” button.

The automatic climate control system automatically controls outlet air temperature, fan speed, airflow distribution air-inlet control, and air conditioner compressor operation. It activates when the fan speed control button or the “AUTO” button is pressed, and is used to maintain a constant, comfortable climate within the passenger compartment. If you press the defroster button while the automatic climate control system is deactivated, only the defroster function will be activated. The temperature can be set within a range of 61 to 898F (18.5 to 31.58C).

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 Control panel

1) Temperature control button (driver’s side) 2) Dual mode button 3) Airflow mode selection button 4) Fan speed control button 5) Temperature control button (front passenger’s side) 6) AUTO

 AUTO button

FULL AUTO mode operation: When the “AUTO” button is pressed, the indicator light “FULL AUTO” on the display illuminates. In this state, fan speed, airflow distribution, air-inlet control,

 OFF button

The automatic climate control system turns off (the air conditioner compressor and fan turn off) when the “OFF” button is pressed. When the “OFF” button is pressed, the outside air circul

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 Jump starting

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