GMC Terrain: Climate Control Systems / Climate Control Systems

With this system the heating, cooling, and ventilation in the vehicle can be controlled.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems

  1. Fan Control
  2. A/C (Air Conditioning)
  3. Air Delivery Mode Controls
  4. Defrost
  5. TEMP (Temperature Control)
  6. Rear Window Defogger
  7. Air Recirculation

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the fan speed or turn the fan off.

TEMP : Turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the temperature.

Air Delivery Mode Control : Press GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems, GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems, GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems, or GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems to change the direction of the airflow. An indicator light comes on in the selected mode button.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Air is directed to the instrument panel outlets.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Air is divided between the instrument panel and floor outlets.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Air is directed to the floor outlets, with some to the windshield, side window outlets, and second row floor outlets.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : This mode clears the windows of fog or moisture. Air is directed to the windshield, floor outlets, and side window vents.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Press to clear the windshield of fog or frost more quickly. Air is directed to the windshield and the side window vents. The air conditioning compressor also comes on, unless the outside temperature is below freezing.

Do not drive the vehicle until all windows are clear.

See Air Vents.

A/C : Press to turn the air conditioning system on or off. An indicator light comes on to show that the air conditioning is enabled. The A/C light will stay on even if the outside temperatures are below freezing and the compressor does not run. If the fan is turned off, the air conditioner will not run.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Press to turn on recirculation. An indicator light comes on. Air is recirculated to quickly cool the inside of the vehicle. It can also be used to help reduce outside air and odors that enter the vehicle.

Rear Window Defogger

The rear window defogger uses a warming grid to remove fog from the rear window.

GMC Terrain. Climate Control Systems : Press to turn the rear window defogger on or off. An indicator light on the button comes on to show that the rear window defogger is on.

The rear window defogger only works when the ignition is on. The defogger turns off if the ignition is turned to off or to ACC/ACCESSORY.

Caution

Using a razor blade or sharp object to clear the inside rear window can damage the rear window defogger. Repairs would not be covered by the vehicle warranty. Do not clear the inside rear window with sharp objects.

Heated Mirror : If equipped with heated outside mirrors, the mirrors heat to help clear fog or frost from the surface of the mirror when the rear window defog button is pressed. See Heated Mirrors.

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