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The temperatures selected via the climate control system are perceived values. The system operates to achieve these selected values. The selected value does not represent the output temperature from the air vents. Air vent output temperature varies as the system automatically adjusts the vent outputs to achieve the set temperatures.

The actual temperature in the cabin may differ from the set temperatures due to internal and external factors, including ambient temperature, sun load, and direction. The climate control system automatically adjusts the airflow level, direction, and temperature to compensate for these internal and external factors. Automatic adjustments in the air vent outputs may result in some temperature differentiation within the cabin.