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Join Date: Nov 2001
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I found out that the air temperature coming out of the vents differs in differens circumstances.
When the A/C is set to 16.5 degrees and outside temp is high (I concluded that it has to above 16.0 degrees or so), then believe me you get cold air and your b0llox will freeze off wink
When the A/C is set to 16.5 degrees and outside temp is low (under 16.0 degrees or so), then you get nice warm air.
But if you read the manual, it states that the A/C (well actually it's a climate control system, unless you have the progression trim level, then it's an A/C) uses different parameters (readings from the sunsensor, outside temp, inside temp and if I'm correct there's also a sensor which reads humidity levels of both the driverside and the passenger side if I recall well) to reach the right temperature levels. I think this explains why when setting the temp on 16.0 degrees you WON'T get air at 16.0 degrees from the airvents.
I hope this helps. And of course if I'm wrong, please correct me.
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