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Defrosting the windshield

Mercedes-Benz G-Class / Mercedes-Benz G-Class Owners Manual / Climate control / Operating the climate control systems / Defrosting the windshield

You can use this function to defrost the windshield or to defrost the inside of the windshield and the side windows.

 You should only select the defrosting function until the windshield is clear again.

Turn the SmartKey to position 2  in the ignition lock.

To activate: press the button.


The indicator lamp in the lights button
lights up.

The climate control system switches to the following functions:
Х cooling with air dehumidification (only with engine running)
Х high airflow (depending on the outside temperature)
Х high temperature (depending on the outside temperature)
Х air distribution to the windshield and front side windows
Х air-recirculation mode off

To deactivate: press the button. The indicator lamp in the
button. The indicator lamp in the button goes
button goes out. The previously selected settings are restored. The cooling with air dehumidification function remains on. Airrecirculation mode remains deactivated.

or
Press the lamp in the  button goes button. The indicator
lamp in the out. Airflow and air distribution are set to button goes
out. Airflow and air distribution are set to automatic mode.

or
Turn controls 1 or 6 clockwise or counter-clockwise .

or
Press the button. or
Activating/deactivating MAX COOL button.


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