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What temperature should my car's air conditioning be?

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What temperature should my car's air conditioning be?

Do not set the air conditioning system too cold and do not direct the airflow directly at your head or neck, as you could easily catch a cold. The ideal temperature is between 22 and 25 degrees.The ideal temperature should be 6 degrees Celsius or in old school money 42 degrees Fahrenheit. There are many motorists who still are using their air con incorrectly, leaving them hot and uncomfortable in the driver’s seat.

What temperature should my car's a/C be?

But whichever air conditioning system is installed in your car or truck, the A/C unit is an essential feature to cool you down when the outside air temperature gets hot. As a rule of thumb, when the air temperature is 70° Fahrenheit (21° C), the A/C outlet air temperature should be in the 27° to 38°Fahrenheit (-3° to 3° C) range.

What should the temperature be at the center vent in car?

Taking into account 50-60 % relative humidity and an ambient air temperature of 77 F,86 F,95 F ,the discharge air temperature at the center vent should be in the range of : if the A/C system in the car is working properly. How cold should my AC be at the vent in my car?

What should the temperature be in a car with a thermometer?

Please try again later. Take note: if the outside temperature is at 90 Fahrenheit or 32 Celsius, the thermometer reading in the car should be from 40 to 50 Fahrenheit or 5 to 10 Celsius. What temp should air be coming out of car vents?

When should I service my Car's air conditioning system?

Anything higher than these temperatures is a sign that your car's air conditioning system needs to be serviced by a certified auto air conditioning technician. Your A/C cold enough? If the temperature taken is higher, then your car’s A/C may not be efficient to cool your vehicle.

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