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Information about using 3-zone automatic climate control

Mercedes-Benz GL-Class / Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owners Manual / Climate control / Overview of climate control systems / Information about using 3-zone automatic climate control

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

Х Activate climate control using the buttons. The indicator lamps and
above the  andbuttons. The indicator lamps
above the buttons and
light up.buttons
light up.

Х In automatic mode, you can also use the (FOCUS/MEDIUM/DIFFUSE). The button to set a climate mode
(FOCUS/MEDIUM/DIFFUSE). The MEDIUM level is recommended.

Х Set the temperature to 72 ). (22
Х Only use the "Windshield defrosting").


Х Only use the "Windshield defrosting" function briefly until the windshield is clear again.

Х 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, since no fresh air is drawn into the vehicle in air-recirculation mode.

Х Use the ZONE function to adopt the temperature settings on the driver's side for the front-passenger side and the rear compartment as well. The indicator lamp above the Х Use the residual heat function if you want button goes out.


Х 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.

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