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This article brought to you courtesy of Jeff Feller, President of Canby Ford, Canby Herald Automotive Expert.

Jeff Feller

"We know Ford owners want to stay cool on their summer travels, not only when they first get in their vehicle, but throughout their trip," said Larry Karas, Ford climate control supervisor. "Here are a few simple tips and tricks for drivers to keep in mind to ensure their vehicle's air conditioning is running efficiently and keeping all passengers comfortable." 

When you get in your hot vehicle, roll down the windows to let out hot air.

Use the max A/C button to cool your Ford in a hurry.  

If you get too cold, adjust the temperature or fan speed to help keep the temperature consistent. Don't switch your air conditioner on and off;

Too cold in the front, but still ho tin the back seat? Redirect the A/C vents in the front to the ceiling or sides to move cool air to the rear.

Park in the shade and use a reflective windshield to reduce heat buildup in your parked Ford. If you have a moonroof or large panoramic roof, close the roof shade to avoid heat buildup. Startup temps will be much lower, and it will get cool sooner.

If your Ford is equipped with a remote start system, be set the climate control system for automatic operation starting the cool-down process before getting in your Ford.

If your Ford isn't as cool, or if the cooling is inconsistent, bring it to Canby Ford dealer right away. After several years, some refrigerant may have escaped from the system, and not working as well. 

CANBY FORD

24315 Hwy 99E

Canby, OR 97013

503-266-2097

www.canbyford.com

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