Subaru Crosstrek manuals

Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Temperature control

Type A

Turn the temperature control dial over a range from the blue side (cool) to red side (warm) to regulate the temperature of airflow from the air outlets.

Type B, C and D

Turn the temperature control dial to set the preferred interior temperature. With the dial set to your preferred temperature, the system automatically adjusts the temperature of air supplied from the outlets so that the preferred temperature is achieved and maintained.

If the dial is turned fully counterclockwise, the system provides maximum cooling performance. If the dial is turned fully clockwise, the system provides maximum heating performance.

NOTE

The controllable temperature range may vary depending on the regional specifications of the vehicle.

"DUAL" mode (type D)

You can change the setting of the driver's side and front passenger's side temperature independently by selecting the "DUAL" mode.

You can select the "DUAL" mode by performing either of the following procedures.

The "DUAL" mode can be canceled by pressing the "DUAL" button.

When the "DUAL" mode is selected: Turn the driver's side dial to set the driver's side temperature. Turn the front passenger's side dial to set the front passenger's side temperature.

When the "DUAL" mode is canceled: Set the desired temperature by turning the driver's side dial.

Fan speed control

The fan operates only when the ignition switch is in the "ON" position. Select the preferred fan speed by turning the fan speed control dial.

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