Volvo XC90 2015-2022 Owners Manual / Climate control / Activating and deactivating recirculation

Volvo XC90: Climate control / Activating and deactivating recirculation

The climate system's recirculation function helps shut out smog, smoke, exhaust fumes, etc. by reusing the air in the passenger compartment.

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

CAUTION

If the air in the vehicle is recirculated too long, there is a risk of fogging on the inside of the windows.

NOTE

Recirculation cannot be activated when the max defroster is on.

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    The climate system's recirculation function helps shut out smog, smoke, exhaust fumes, etc. by reusing the air in the passenger compartment. When the recirculation timer is activated, air recirculation will switch off automatically after 20 minutes...

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