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Setting the air distribution

Mercedes-Benz GL-Class / Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owners Manual / Climate control / Operating the climate control systems / Setting the air distribution

Air distribution settings

Front control panel

center Directs the airflow through the
center vents

air Directs air through the footwell
air vents

center Directs the airflow through the
center and footwell vents

defroster vents Directs air through the
defroster vents

defroster and center vents (Canada Directs the airflow through the
defroster and center vents (Canada only)

defroster and Directs air through the
defroster and footwell vents

defroster, center and footwell air vents Directs the airflow through the
defroster, center and footwell air vents (Canada only)

Rear control panel

rear Directs the airflow through the
rear center and rear side air vents

air Directs air through the footwell
air vents

Using the rear control panel, you can also activate both air distribution positions simultaneously. In order to do this, press both air distribution buttons. The air is then routed through all rear air vents.

Regardless of the air distribution setting, airflow is always directed through the side air vents. The side air vents can only be closed when the controls on the side air vents are turned downwards.

Adjusting

■ Turn the SmartKey to position 2


Turn the SmartKey to position 2 in the ignition lock  .

Press the the button repeatedly until
the desired symbol appears in the display.

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