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Old 09-06-2010, 04:57 PM
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How to change temp display from celsius to Fahrenheit

All of a sudden the temp display in my husband's 06 mini s changed from Fahrenheit to Celsius. Does anyone know how to reset it to Fahrenheit? The manual only says to "Have it set to Fahrenheit." Anyone have any suggestions. Thanks
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Old 09-06-2010, 05:01 PM
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Press and hold the "Auto" side button on your a/c. Interesting related fact, you can press and hold the windshield defroster to adjust the fan speed.
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Do you have the Auto A/C? On my '06, you press and hold the A/C button (the one with the snowflake on it, and while you're holding in the A/C button, press the footwell vent button (the one with the arrow pointing down, at the bottom right of the A/C cluster) to toggle between fahrenheit and celsius.
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Thanks, everyone. With your help he was able to get that sorted out.
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The ambient temperature on my 2002 Mini is crazy! Ding! Blink, blink, blink... 120 degrees; ding! Blink, blink, blink... -40 degrees, etc. Doesn't change from fahrenheit but it's goofy. Help!
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