Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Operation

Switch Name and Function

OPERATION AND DISPLAY

A/C Display (Display in Multi Display Unit)

 Air conditioning system operation status is indicated on display in multi


Air conditioning system operation status is indicated on display in multi display unit. Indication of air conditioning system varies according to display mode of multi display unit. For changing procedure of display mode, refer to AV-99, "NISSAN DYNAMIC CONTROL SYSTEM : System Description".

- In CLIMATE mode: Operation status of air conditioning system (setting temperature, air flow, and AUTO*1) is indicated on display when air conditioning system is turned ON.

- In D-MODE: Operation status of air conditioning system (setting temperature, A/C switch, and AUTO*2) is indicated on lower portion of display when air conditioning system is turned ON.

NOTE

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*1: AUTO is indicated when both air flow and air outlet are in automatic control.

*2: Air Flow is indicated when air flow or air outlet is in manual control.

A/C Controller (Multi Display Unit) Operation procedure of air conditioning system varies depending on display mode of multi display unit. For changing procedure of display mode, refer to AV-99, "NISSAN DYNAMIC CONTROL SYSTEM : System Description".

In CLIMATE mode: All operations of air conditioning system are possible.

1. A/C switch


1. A/C switch
2. OFF switch
3. Temperature control dial 4. AUTO switch
5. MODE switch (D/F)
6. DEF switch
7. Intake switch
8. Display
9. MODE switch (FOOT)
10. Fan control dial
11. MODE switch (B/L)
12. MODE switch (VENT)


 In D-MODE: The following switches and dial cannot be operated.


In D-MODE: The following switches and dial cannot be operated.

- A/C switch
- OFF switch
- MODE switch
- Fan control dial

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