Honda CR-V: Fan Control - Climate Control System - Features - Honda CR-V Owner's ManualHonda CR-V: Fan Control

Select the fan speed by pressing either side of the fan speed control bar (The fan speed is or The fan speed is). The fan speed is shown in vertical bars on the display.

Air Conditioning (A/C) Button

This button turns the air conditioning on and off. You will see A/C ON or A/C OFF in the display.

When you turn the A/C off, the system cannot regulate the inside temperature if you set the temperature control dial below the outside temperature.

Recirculation Button When the indicator in the button is

When the indicator in the button is on, air from the vehicle’s interior is sent through the system again.

When the indicator is off, air is brought in from the outside of the vehicle (fresh air mode).

The outside air intakes for the climate control system are at the base of the windshield. Keep this area clear of leaves and other debris.

The systemshould be left in fresh air mode under almost all conditions.

Keeping the system in recirculation mode, particularly with the A/C off, can cause the windows to fog up.

Switch to recirculation mode when driving through dusty or smoky conditions, then return to fresh air mode.

Rear Window Defogger Button This button turns the rear window

This button turns the rear window defogger off and on.

Pushing this button also turns the power mirror heaters on and off.

Mode Control

Use the mode control button to select the vents the air flows from.

Some air will flow from the dashboard vents in all modes.

Air flows from the center

Air flows from the center and corner vents in the dashboard.

Airflow is divided between

Airflow is divided between the vents in the dashboard and the floor vents.

Air flows from the floor

Air flows from the floor vents.

Airflow is divided between

Airflow is divided between the floor and corner vents and the defroster vents at the base of the windshield.

Windshield Defroster Button This button directs the main airflow

This button directs the main airflow to the windshield for faster defrosting. It also overrides any mode selection you may have made.

When you select automatically switches to fresh air, the system automatically switches to fresh air mode and turns on the A/C. For faster defrosting, manually set the fan speed to high. You can also increase airflow to the windshield by closing the corner vents on the dashboard. To close the vents, rotate the wheel under each corner vent.

When you turn off pressing the button again, the by pressing the button again, the system returns to its former settings.

1. Select automatically switches to fresh air. The system automatically switches to fresh air mode and turns on the A/C.

2. Adjust the temperature with the driver’s side temperature control so the airflow feels warm.

3. Select rear window. to help clear the rear window.

4. To increase airflow to the windshield, close the corner vents.

For faster defogging, manually set the fan speed to high.

For your safety, make sure you have a clear view through all the windows before driving.

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