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Old 21st April 2017, 15:28   #1
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Default 04 MGZT 180 aircon.temp.

04 MGZT 180- when the AC is set to "Lo" what does that mean? is it keeping the car internal temp at a pleasant environment compared with the outside temp.? I am assuming it doesn't produce a blast of icy cold air as on my old Rover600? Chris S.
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Old 21st April 2017, 16:09   #2
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Lo means it will get the car as cold as possible, blast of icy cold air (if aircon working correctly.)
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Thanks Richard, I thought it might be a bit cleverer than that as it is a climate control and the owners manual advises you to use the system all the time. Do you know if there is a sight glass anywhere under the bonnet, I'm still living in the 1980's with my Rover600 technology! Chris.S.
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Do you know if there is a sight glass anywhere under the bonnet
What to check?

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Good question, but whats the answer? Chris S.
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Good question, but whats the answer?
No, there isn't a sight glass Chris.
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I thought it might be a bit cleverer than that as it is a climate control ...
The 'LO' setting is effectively a manual override of the temperature regulation system. You have the best of both worlds.

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