|On the lower roll of the instrument
panel just to the right of the ignition switch are three knobs and
two switches which control the heating, defrosting, and ventilation
of the car.
HEATER AND DEFROSTER OPERATION
The operation of the heater and defroster controls is relatively
simple by just remembering, heat goes up and cold goes down. Control
up, maximum heat. Controls down, maximum outside air. The blowers
are boosters under either set of conditions.
Left Hand Control
Up, regulates thermostat, the higher the warmer in-car temperature.
Down, outside air for ventilation. The farther down the greater the
amount of air. Switch (at top) operates underseat heater. Heats
floor, particularly rear. Air circulation is summer. Has high and
Up, regulates amount of air to windshield for defrosting or cooling.
For maximum defrosting winter range control should be in full up
position. Switch, above Auxiliary Vent Control (R. H. knob) acts as
booster for low car speeds, or when parked.
Right Hand Control
Up, allows outside air to enter through auxiliary hater, mounted at
right hand kick pad, onto front floor. May be used for heating and
de-fogging in winter. Must be down when defroster (center
control) is up. However, may be used proportionately with
defroster. Down - Outside air for ventilation. The farther down the
greater the amount of air. May also be used in winter to provide air
for defrosting when outside air intake is plugged with ice or
Switch (at top) operates auxiliary heater for motor. Provides air
flow when parked or at low car speeds to defroster, lower floor
level or both depending on position of center and right hand