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Seat Ibiza: Heating and ventilation

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Controls


Fig. 91 On the dash panel: Heater controls

– Using the controls ⇒ fig. 91 and
and with the switch
you can set the temperature, air distribution
and the blower speed. – Press the button to switch air recirculation mode on
or off. A button is illuminated by a yellow lamp for as long as the function is switched on.

Temperature

Switch sets the temperature. The
required temperature inside the vehicle cannot be lower than the ambient temperature. Maximum heat output, which

is needed to defrost the windows quickly, is only available when the engine has reached its operating temperature.

Blower

The air flow can be set at four speeds with switch . The blower should always be set at
the lowest speed when driving slowly.

Air distribution

Control   for setting the flow
of air in the required direction.

  – Air distribution towards
the windscreen. Air recirculation is, for safety reasons, not possible in this position.

  – Air
distribution to the upper body.

    – Air distribution
to footwell.

   – Air distribution to
the windscreen and the footwell.

Air recirculation mode


Air recirculation on (button symbol

 lights up) prevents strong
odours in the outside air from entering the vehicle interior, for example when driving through a tunnel or queuing in traffic ⇒   . When the outside temperature
is low, using air recirculation mode provides more effective heating by heating air from the vehicle interior instead of cold air from outside.

WARNING

• For your safety, the windows should never be fogged up or covered with snow or ice. This is essential to ensure good visibility. Please familiarise yourself with the correct operation of the heating and ventilation system, including the demist/defrost functions for the windows.

• In air recirculation mode, no ambient air enters the vehicle interior. The windows can quickly fog over if the heating is switched off. Therefore, you should never leave the air recirculation mode switched on for longer periods, as this increases the risk of an accident.


Note

• Please observe the general notes.

Vehicle ventilation or heating


Fig. 92 On the dash panel: Heater controls

Ventilating the passenger compartment

– Turn the temperature selector ⇒ fig. 92   anti-clockwise. – Turn blower
switch to speed settings 1 -4.


– Set the airflow to the desired direction using air distribution control . – Open the relevant air outlets.

Heating the interior

– Turn the temperature selector ⇒ fig. 92   clockwise to select the required
temperature. – Turn blower switch  
to speed settings 1 -4. – Set the airflow to the desired direction using air distribution control  . – Open the relevant
air outlets.

Defrosting the windscreen

– Turn the temperature selector ⇒ fig. 92 clockwise to the maximum temperature.
– Turn the blower switch to setting
4. – Set air distribution to . – Close
outlet . – Open and turn outlet
towards side windows


Demisting the windscreen and the side windows

– Turn the temperature selector ⇒ fig. 92 to the heating zone. – Turn blower
switch to speed settings 2 -3. – Set
air distribution to .


– Close outlets . – Open and turn
outlets towards side windows


When the windows are demisted and as a preventive measure, the switch can be set in position
, thus obtaining greater comfort while
preventing the windows from misting again.

Heating

Maximum heat output, which is needed to defrost the windows quickly, is only available when the engine has reached its operating temperature.


Note

Remember that the temperature of the engine coolant should be optimum to ensure that the heating system functions correctly ( except in vehicles fitted with additional heating*)

Air outlets


Fig. 93 Air vent

Air distribution



The outlets and
can be closed or opened separately
and the air flow directed according to need. Air vent closed: operating lever vertical. Air vent open: operating lever horizontal. Swivelling the outlet with the operating lever, it is possible to direct the air output as desired.

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