Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual / Climate control / Activating and deactivating air conditioning

Volvo XC90: Climate control / Activating and deactivating air conditioning

The air conditioning cools and dehumidifies incoming air as needed.

When the air conditioning is activated, it will be switched on and off automatically by the climate system as needed.

  1. Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating air conditioning Tap the symbol in the center of the climate bar to open Climate view in the center display.
  2. Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating air conditioning Tap AC.
    • Air conditioning is activated/deactivated and the button lights up/goes out.

NOTE

For optimal air conditioning function, close all the side windows and the panoramic roof*.

NOTE

The air conditioning cannot be activated when the fan speed is set to Off.

* Option/accessory.

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