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place the A/C system into a vacuum and let sit for a few hours... to see if the (negative) pressure reading changes durring that period.
With the system in a vacuum... hook up the fresh Freon bottle and let it pull the Freon into the system...
Remeber , you are loading the system with LIQUID... not gas... so the bottle should be in the correct possition to enable liquid to be transfered.
You can switch the temperature mode between Fahrenheit to Celsius as follows: While depressing the AUTO button, depress the OFF button for 3 seconds or more. The display will change from Fahrenheit to Celsius, or from Celsius to Fahrenheit.
the temp display can be switched between celsius and farenheit readings, since the car is from europe the default is celsius, The manual has instructions on changing back, You have to hold 2 buttons on the display per the manual.
On your DIC (driver information center) to the left you will see 3 buttons arranged vertically.
The ENG/MET button is used to switch between english and metric. Push that button until all displays are in english, that should return your climate control to fahrenheit.
Once you have completed that, push and hold the "reset" button down for 2 seconds ( button just below the ENG/MET button). That should reset you DIC to the default brightness as well as your other displays.