Question about 2003 Kia Sorento
That's right. Every time you have to disconnect the battery, the AC climate control will switch to Celsius. It's buried in the owners manual, but what you need to do is press the AMB and the TEMP down buttons simultaneously for about five seconds. This will change your reading to Fahrenheit.
Posted on Sep 13, 2014
Dont know but i would leave it in C as i havent a clue about that old fashioned system ,yes i did learn it in school but now were in europe its all C . farenheit just confuese everyone so stick with C ,,,,21 is comfortable 30 is hot a 2/or 3 is cold -something is well cold ,i love watching ice road truckers but i can never comprehend the F temperatures ,and trying to work it out on the quick with +32 divided 9 or whatever after working all day .Lets all stay the same ,language ,measurements and even spelling ,i will then forgive you for calling a bonnet a hood and mispronounciation of tomatoe and aluminium
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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