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It's super hot today so I used air conditioner first time since I got my stelvio. I feel like the wind is not enough strong. I twisted the fans all the way to the left.
 

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Few days ago, 42°C in Italy, really hot. In automatic the conditioning strategy is a little bit soft but if I ask for extra ventilation power, brrrrr extra freeze
 

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We use Auto + to increase airflow clockwise on the center knob - air should be strong. Verify outlet by toggling the buttons each side (center is actually face level) and A/M determines amount of fresh vs recirculation (high humidity conditions = M/recirculate). Best HVAC of any car we have owned but the versatility also can be confusing. Good luck + hope all is well.
 

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Thanks for your help.
Today I used auto and yeah it was definitely worked better. A lot more stronger. There are 3 different ways of air flow right? Up middle down. And it was only middle when I clicked auto and it was all solved. ?
 

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Yong: Great! The middle setting is face level. Upper is manual defrost defog. Lower is footwells- heat (heat rises) or combinations as needed. There are lots of options for fresh, recirculated, and conditioned/heated air and lots of volume via center knob, manual or auto. Hope all is well!
 

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Rotating the vents opens and closes
 

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Air Conditioning

Been very happy with the A/C so far. Live in Las Vegas where the summer temps are over 100 degrees most of the summer and batteries usually don't last more than 2 years because of the heat.
 
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