Honda CR-V: Dual Temperature Control - Features - Honda CR-V Owner's ManualHonda CR-V: Dual Temperature Control

EX-L model only

EX-L model only

The temperatures of the driver’s side and the front passenger’s side can be controlled independently when the indicator in the DUAL button is on.

To adjust the driver’s side, turn the driver’s side temperature control dial on the climate control panel. To adjust the passenger’s side, turn the passenger’s side temperature control dial.

Temperature Control

Push AUTO or temperatures appear in the display.. The selected temperatures appear in the display.

When the indicator in the DUAL button is off, you can adjust both sides to the same temperature by adjusting the driver’s temperature control dial.

To set the driver’s side temperature

To set the driver’s side temperature to a different value than the passenger’s side, press the DUAL button, then turn the temperature control dial on the control panel. To set the passenger’s side to a different value than the driver’s side, turn the passenger’s side temperature control dial. You can adjust the passenger’s side without pressing the DUAL button first.

When you set the temperature to its lower limit or its upper limit, it will be displayed as ‘‘Lo’’ or ‘‘Hi’’.

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