Operating the system as an automatic air conditioningOperating the system as an automatic air conditioning  - Automatic air conditioning* - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

In normal conditions, use the system in the AUTO mode and follow these procedures:

In normal conditions, use the system in the AUTO mode and follow these procedures:

1- Set the blower speed selection dial to “AUT” position.

2- Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired temperature.

The temperature can be set within a range of 15 to 29.

The temperature will gradually increase as the dial is turned to the right.

NOTE

Set the temperature, under normal operating conditions, at around 22.

3- Set the mode selection dial to “AUT” position.

4- Push the air conditioning switch to operate the air conditioning. When the air conditioning operates, the operation indicator lamp (in the dial will come on.) in the dial will come on.

The outlet port (except “recirculation/outside – air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning” and “recirculation/outside – air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning”), recirculation/outside – air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning will be controlled automatically.

The following items are displayed in the multi center display. (Refer to “Multi

The following items are displayed in the multi center display. (Refer to “Multi center display” on page 4–24.)

A- Outside air temperature display/Set temperature display
B- Blower speed indicator
C- Air flow indicator

NOTE

(1) The outside air temperature is usually displayed in the position (A). The set temperature is displayed for several seconds while the temperature control dial is operated.

(2) If the outside temperature drops below about 3 C, the alarm sounds and the outside temperature figure flashes for about 5 seconds. Turning the temperature adjustment dial during the period of the alarm will have no effect on the display. After completion of the warning, set the temperature. (Refer to “Outside temperature” on page 4–25.)

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