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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Vents

Fig. 184 In the dash panel: vents

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Vents

The vents   should be left open to ensure that the vehicle interior is sufficiently heated, ventilated and cooled.

Additional vents can be found in the instrument panel  , in the footwells and in the rear area of the vehicle interior.

NOTICE

Do not place any food, medicine or any other heat-sensitive items in front of the vents. Heat-sensitive food, medicine and other items could be either damaged or rendered useless.

The air from the vents flows through the entire passenger compartment and leaves the vehicle via the air outlet slots in the rear of the luggage compartment. The slots must not be covered by items of clothing or other items.
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