Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Control panel for dual-zone automatic climate control - Overview of climate control systems - Climate control - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Control panel for dual-zone automatic climate control

1 To set the temperature, left

1 To set the temperature, left
2 To set climate control to automatic
3 To defrost the windshield
4 To increase the airflow
5 To direct the airflow through the defroster vents
6 To activate/deactivate cooling with air dehumidification
7 To set the temperature, right
8 To switch rear-compartment climate control on/off
9 To direct the airflow through the center and side air vents
10 To direct the airflow to the footwells and side air vents
11 To display the airflow level
12 To reduce the airflow
13 To switch the rear window defroster on/off
14 To activate/deactivate air-recirculation mode
15 Interior temperature sensor
16 To switch climate control on/off

    Important safety notes
    WARNING   Severe conditions (e.g. strong air pollution) may require replacement of the filter before its scheduled replacement interval. A clogged filter will reduce the air volume to t ...

    Notes on using dual-zone automaticclimate control
    The following contains notes and recommendations on optimum use of dualzone automatic climate control. • Activate climate control using the and buttons. The indicator lamps in the and b ...

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