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I have a question about the electronic climate control. What I am used to is that when it is nice outside I just put the fan on and on most cars it blows in the air from outside. When it is cool outside I like to get the cool air coming in through the vents. The AC and REC switches are to the left which I think that to be in the OFF position. And I have both the driver and passenger side dials turned all the way down to the 60 degree mark. But it just doesn't seem like the cold air from outside is coming through. It always seems to be a little bit warm. If I turn on the AC then it blows the cold air. It is just that you are suppsed to always leave the AC on the ON/AUTO postion and control the temperature with the dial? I really am not understanding how it works.
 

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The 850 get their fresh air from the bottom of the windsheild under the hood.It will pick up alot of heat from the hood while in the vent mode pulling air in from outside that may be why it is not cool enough.
 
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