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Opel Insignia B 2018-2022 Owners Manual: Climate Control Systems

Dual Automatic Climate Control System

The climate control buttons on the center stack and on the climate control display are used to adjust the heating, cooling, and ventilation.

Center Stack Climate Controls Center Stack Climate Controls

  1. Driver and Passenger Temperature Displays
  2. Driver and Passenger Temperature Controls
  3. Driver and Passenger Heated and Ventilated Seats (If Equipped)
  4. Fan Controls
  5. CLIMATE
  6. MAX Defrost
  7. Recirculation
  8. Rear Window Defogger and Heated Outside Mirrors
  9. ON/OFF (Power)
  10. AUTO (Automatic Operation)

Climate Control Display Climate Control Display

  1. Outside Temperature Display
  2. Fan Control
  3. Driver and Passenger Temperature Controls
  4. Sync (Synchronized Temperature)
  5. Recirculation
  6. Air Delivery Mode Control
  7. Auto (Automatic Operation)
  8. A/C (Air Conditioning)
  9. On/Off (Power)

The fan, air delivery mode, air conditioning, driver and passenger temperatures, and Sync settings can be controlled by touching CLIMATE on the infotainment Home Page or the climate button in the climate control display application tray. A selection can then be made on the front climate control page displayed. See the infotainment manual.

Climate Control Status Display

The climate control status display

The climate control status display appears briefly when the center stack climate controls are adjusted.

The air delivery mode can be adjusted on the climate control display.

Climate Control Influence on Fuel Economy

The climate control system depends on other vehicle systems for heat and power input. Certain climate control settings can lead to higher fuel usage.

The following climate control settings use more fuel:

To help reduce fuel usage:

Automatic Operation

The system automatically controls the fan speed, air delivery, air conditioning, and recirculation in order to heat or cool the vehicle to the desired temperature.

When AUTO is lit, all four functions operate automatically. Each function can also be manually set and the selected setting is displayed.

Functions not manually set will continue to be automatically controlled, even if the AUTO indicator is not lit.

For automatic operation:

1. Press AUTO.

2. Set the temperature. Allow the system time to stabilize. Adjust the temperature as needed for best comfort.

To improve fuel efficiency and to cool the vehicle faster with A/C on, recirculation may be automatically selected in warm weather. Press again to select outside air. to select recirculation; press it again to select outside air.

Driver and Passenger Temperature Controls : The temperature can be adjusted separately for the driver and the passenger. Turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the driver or passenger temperature setting.

The driver and passenger temperatures can also be adjusted by touching the controls on the climate control display.

SYNC : Press to link the passenger temperature setting to the driver setting. SYNC will be highlighted.

When the passenger setting is adjusted, SYNC will be darkened.

Manual Operation

CLIMATE : Press CLIMATE to show the climate control display.

ON/OFF : Press to turn the fan on or off.

controls : Touch or press the fan controls on the climate control display or center stack to increase or decrease the fan speed. The fan speed setting displays.

Pressing either control cancels automatic fan control and the fan is controlled manually. Press AUTO to return to automatic operation.

Air Delivery Mode Control : When the climate information is displayed, touch , or, on the climate, or control display to change the on the climate control display to change the direction of airflow. Any combination of the three controls can be selected. The selected air delivery mode is lit. Pressing any control cancels automatic air delivery control and the direction of the airflow is controlled manually. Press AUTO to return to automatic operation.

To change the current mode, select one or more of the following:

outlets, with some air to the: Air is directed to the floor outlets, with some air to the windshield and side windows.

panel outlets.: Air is directed to the instrument panel outlets.

moisture. Air is directed to the: Clears the windows of fog or moisture. Air is directed to the windshield.

windshield, the fan runs at a higher MAX : Air is directed to the windshield, the fan runs at a higher speed, and the temperature of the air is increased if not already at maximum. This mode overrides the previous mode selected and clears fog or frost from the windshield more quickly. When the control is pressed again, the system returns to the previous mode setting and fan speed.

For best results, clear all snow and ice from the windshield before defrosting.

A/C (Air Conditioning) : Touch A/C on the climate control display to cycle between the MAX, ECO, and OFF modes. The MAX, ECO, or OFF indicator will appear on the display. If the fan is turned off, the air conditioner will not run and the indicator light will turn off.

Touch AUTO to return to automatic operation and the air conditioner runs automatically as needed. The A/C will return to ECO a/c operation.

For MAX a/c, touch A/C.

For ECO a/c, touch A/C again. This setting balances fuel economy and air conditioning comfort. This setting allows higher humidity inside the vehicle, and window fogging may occur before the engine restarts.

: Press to turn on recirculation.

An indicator light comes on. Air is recirculated to quickly cool the inside of the vehicle or to reduce the entry of outside air and odors.

If selected during cool or cold weather, the windshield and windows may fog. Turn off recirculation to help clear the windshield and windows.

Auto Defog : If equipped, the climate control system may have a sensor to automatically detect high humidity inside the vehicle. When high humidity is detected, the climate control system may adjust to outside air supply and turn on the air conditioner. The fan speed may slightly increase to help prevent fogging. If the climate control system does not detect possible window fogging, it returns to normal operation.

To turn Auto Defog off or on, see "Climate and Air Quality" under Vehicle Personalization.

Ionizer : If equipped with an ionizer, this feature helps to clean the air inside the vehicle and remove contaminants such as pollen, odors, and dust. If the climate control system is on and the ionizer is enabled, the ionizer status indicator will be lit on the climate control display. To turn the ionizer on or off, see "Climate and Air Quality" under Vehicle Personalization.

Rear Window Defogger

defogger on or off. An indicator light: Press to turn the rear window defogger on or off. An indicator light on the control comes on to show that the rear window defogger is on.

The rear window defogger only works when the engine is running.

It turns off when the ignition is turned off or in ACC/ACCESSORY.

The rear window defogger can be set to automatic operation. See "Climate and Air Quality" under Vehicle Personalization.

When Auto Rear Defog is selected, the rear window defogger turns on automatically when the interior temperature is cold and the outside temperature is about 4 ºC (40 ºF) and below. The auto rear defogger turns off automatically after about 10 minutes, or after five minutes if the outside temperature is not as cold.

The upper gridlines on the rear window are antenna lines and are not intended to heat when the defogger is activated.

The heated outside mirrors turn on when the rear window defogger control is on and help to clear fog or frost from the surface of the mirror.

Caution: Do not try to clear frost or other material from the inside of the front windshield and rear window with a razor blade or anything else that is sharp. This may damage the rear window defogger grid and affect the radio's ability to pick up stations clearly. The repairs would not be covered by the vehicle warranty.

Heated and Ventilated Seats

: If equipped, press or or : If equipped, press or to heat the driver or passenger seat. to heat the driver or passenger seat.

: If equipped, press or or : If equipped, press to ventilate the driver or or passenger seat. to ventilate the driver or passenger seat.

Remote Start Climate Control Operation : If equipped with remote start, the climate control system may run when the vehicle is started remotely. If equipped with heated or ventilated seats, they may come on during a remote start.

Sensors

The solar sensor, on top of the instrument panel near the windshield, monitors the solar heat.

Do not cover the solar sensor or the system will not work properly.

The climate control system uses the sensor information to adjust the temperature, fan speed, recirculation, and air delivery mode for best comfort.

Do not cover the sensor; otherwise the automatic climate control system may not work properly.

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