Honda CR-V: Mode Control

Use the mode control buttons to select the vents air flows from. Some air will flow from the dashboard corner 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.

When you select automatically switches to fresh air, the system automatically switches to fresh air mode. If you switch the mode from to or , the system to keeps the A/C on. The A/C, the system keeps the A/C on. The A/C indicator will not come on if it was off to start with.

To turn off the A/C, press the A/C button to illuminate the indicator, then press it again to turn off the A/C.

When you switch to or mode from mode from turns off. But if it was on to start, the A/C turns off. But if it was on to start with, the A/C stays on.

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

vents at the base of the windshield. Air flows from the defroster vents at the base of the windshield.

When you select , or the system automatically switches to, the system automatically switches to fresh air mode and turns on the A/C.

You cannot turn the A/C off in this mode.

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