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Old 08-01-1999, 05:02 PM
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I was reading in the manual, and it said that when the temps outside are over 90, that the a/c system will automatically go into recirculation mode. How do I know if it is doing this? My recir light on the switch doesn't light unless I press it.

Just wondering if it is working correctly as I have 4 mo's warranty left.

thanks...jim

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Old 08-01-1999, 10:48 PM
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I think that it closes the vent for recirc. Just do this.. Get in the car in the morning and turn on the AC. Ride for a while then turn on the switch. You should here a difference. Do the same at above 90. You should here little or no difference.

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