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Old 3rd August 2001, 08:29   #1
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automatic (automatic) climate control

aside from having the dealer program the settings according to my key, is there any way to NOT have the climate control system come on at ignition?

can't find any mention of it in the "manual" nor the archives, fwiw.

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The only pattern I've seen is that if you turn it off manually two times in a row, after you start your car the third time, mine stays off. Wierd.... I'd be curious if other beasts work this way. Again, my dealer will say this is how it's been designed.

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