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Air conditioning Regardless of whetehr my air conditining is on when i turn the car off or not ... the next time it is started up the air conditioning butoon is on...

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Check aircondition switch for correct connection and operation.

SWITCH OPERATION AND FEATURES
a. Full auto air conditioning system: One-touch button type. b. Manual air conditioning system: Combination of dial switch and a one-touch button.if "auto" is selected and low temperature it may itself turn on .

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