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We just got our white EX-l W/Nav and its the best car we have ever had..... :) Only one quirk is this... Even with the air in the off position there is air coming out of the vents when the car is moving.... at rest or park there is no air coming out. Has anyone else noticed this?
 

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You could try to put it in recirc and see if that stops it. And by the way the CT is also the best car that I have ever owned thus far.
 

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I think that's normal, keeps the cabin air from getting stale. I think the only way to stop the air flow is the shut the vents off.
 

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We just got our white EX-l W/Nav and its the best car we have ever had..... :) Only one quirk is this... Even with the air in the off position there is air coming out of the vents when the car is moving.... at rest or park there is no air coming out. Has anyone else noticed this?
I find that too on mine and can be quite annoying. If I don't want the system on for heat or cool (and yes there are times that I don't want the system on at all) and the air is too cool, I turn on the system and adjust to a warmer setting. Doing this allows warmer air to come thru when I turn the system back off.
Likewise if it's blowing warm air (with the system off) I turn the system back on and adjust to a lower heat setting to blow cooler air when the system is turned off.
Sounds strange but it works.

Welcome Commizzar.
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I've got the auto climate control and just leave it at 21 deg....I find both the heat and ac fast and quiet....best climate controlled car I've owned too!
 

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I find that too on mine and can be quite annoying. If I don't want the system on for heat or cool (and yes there are times that I don't want the system on at all) and the air is too cool, I turn on the system and adjust to a warmer setting. Doing this allows warmer air to come thru when I turn the system back off.
Likewise if it's blowing warm air (with the system off) I turn the system back on and adjust to a lower heat setting to blow cooler air when the system is turned off.
Sounds strange but it works.

Welcome Commizzar.
C.
I'll second this and also wish you welcome aboard.
 

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That air passing thru is from the vents which are open. Pressing the recirculation button (button to the left of the fan speed button) will stop this from happening. I'm strange and I like a combination of warm and cold air at the same time, so my moon roof is almost always vented up in the winter even if the climate controls are on blasting at 77 degrees lol.
 

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That air passing thru is from the vents which are open. Pressing the recirculation button (button to the left of the fan speed button) will stop this from happening. I'm strange and I like a combination of warm and cold air at the same time, so my moon roof is almost always vented up in the winter even if the climate controls are on blasting at 77 degrees lol.
Me too - I will actually have the moon roof completely open and have it on 77 degrees on my feet and driver seat heat on. It gets stuffy breathing otherwise.
 

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Lolol it feels just right with the moonroof open
 
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