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Control panel for dual-zone automatic climate control

Mercedes-Benz GL-Class / Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owners Manual / Climate control / Overview of climate control systems / Control panel for dual-zone automatic climate control

USA only


USA only

Front control panel

1 Sets the temperature, left  2 Defrosts the windshield  3 Switches maximum cooling on/off  4 Switches cooling with air dehumidification on/off  5 Switches the rear window defroster on/off  6 Sets the temperature, right  7 Activates/deactivates air-recirculation mode  8 Sets the air distribution  9 Increases the airflow  10 Reduces the airflow  11 Switches climate control on/off  12 Sets climate control to automatic 

Canada only


Canada only

Front control panel

1 Sets the temperature, left  2 Defrosts the windshield  3 Switches the ZONE function on/off  4 Activates/deactivates cooling with air dehumidification   or activates/ deactivates the residual heating function  5 Switches the rear window defroster on/off  6 Sets the temperature, right  7 Activates/deactivates air-recirculation mode  8 Sets the air distribution  9 Increases the airflow  10 Reduces the airflow  11 Switches climate control on/off  12 Sets climate control to automatic 

Rear control panel


Rear control panel

1 Sets rear-compartment climate control to automatic 2 Switches rear-compartment climate control on/off 3 Directs the airflow through the rear air vents 4 Directs the airflow through the footwell vents

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