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Change readout temperature celsius fahrenhei 4runner

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To change the temperature reading from C to F (or vice versa), press and hold the recirculation button, then press the off button holding the switch down for 3 seconds or more until an audible beep is emitted. If the battery is disconnected and then reconnected, the temperature reading will revert to C. Turning the ignition on/off will not change the customer's set preference.
(See http://www.discotech.info/index.php?title=Climate_Control for more customer configuration options for the climate control)

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SOURCE: Changing the external temperature gauge from Fahrenheit to Celsius

If your temperature reads in climate control reads in degrees Celsius "C" instead of Fahrenheit "F", follow these steps to change to Fahrenheit.

  • Turn the ignition on.
  • With the climate control turned on, push and hold the recirculation button in. While holding the button in, push and hold the off button in for 3 seconds or until you hear a beep.

The display should then change to "F". Follow these same steps to change your read-out to Celsius , if preferred.

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If your temperature reads in climate control reads in degrees Celsius "C" instead of Fahrenheit "F", follow these steps to change to Fahrenheit.

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To change the temperature reading from C to F (or vice versa), press and hold the recirculation button, then press the off button holding the switch down for 3 seconds or more until an audible beep is emitted. If the battery is disconnected and then reconnected, the temperature reading will revert to C. Turning the ignition on/off will not change the customer's set preference.
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You can switch the temperature mode between Fahrenheit to Celsius as follows:
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