Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Notes on using 3-zone automaticclimate control - Overview of climate control systems - Climate control - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Notes on using 3-zone automaticclimate control

The following contains instructions and recommendations to enable you to get the most out of your automatic climate control.

Activate climate control using the buttons. The indicator lamps in the and and buttons. The indicator lamps in the buttons light up. and • Set the temperature to 72 °F (22 °C). buttons light up.
Set the temperature to 72 °F (22 °C).
Only use the "defrosting" function briefly until the windshield is clear again.
Only use "air-recirculation" mode briefly, e.g. if there are unpleasant outside odors or when in a tunnel. The windows could otherwise fog up as, in air-recirculation mode, no fresh air is drawn into the vehicle.
Use the MONO function if you want to adopt the temperature and air distribution settings from the driver's side for all climate zones. The indicator lamp in the • Use the residual heat function if you want button lights up.
Use the residual heat function if you want to heat or ventilate the vehicle interior when the ignition is switched off. The "residual heat" function can only be activated or deactivated with the ignition switched off.

    Control panel for 3-zone automatic climate control
    Canada only Front control panel 1 To set the temperature, left 2 To set climate control to automatic 3 To direct the airflow through the defroster vents, left 4 To defrost the windshield 5 To ...

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