can anyone tell me what the snowflake button on the heater control panel is for%3F

Asked by Dec 16, 2012 at 06:48 PM about the Dodge Durango

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That should be the air conditioning button.

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When pressed it turns on the a/c.

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Turns on the air conditioning, slide the heater control far left ( blue) and your truck will be cold. For max turn the vent control button to max and the fan to max :) If you don´t get cold air you might need to fill up the gas at a shop or get a do it your self can.

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Air conditioning. Also runs the compressor to act as a dehumidifier to help with defrost.

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Thanx for the answers all.

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