How to set it back to Fahrenheit? I believe it must be easy but have
searched the internet and found little to nothing.
I have not messed around with it nor looked around with my vag-com tool.
I will assume that it is in the a/c controls but figured someone can give a
quick informative answer so I don't have to flounder around. <g>
One out of many daves
On our Volvo, that is done via the clock re-set button. Hold it in
long enough and it switches F to C. Twist one way for Hours, the other
for Seconds. Hold again, it will go from 12-hour to 24-hour time.
Might be the same?
Melrose Park, PA
During my research.............I believe on some Audi Climate Controls, I
can do this.........
'To changing degree temperature display, press and hold the recirculation
button. Then press the temperature up ("+") button to switch between degrees
Celsius & Fahrenheit on the climate control temperature and instrument
panel outside temperature displays.'
On some VWs
'VW Climatronic Readouts
1. Hold down "ECON", and press the "up-vent" button (next to recirculation).
Both temperature displays will read 00 or 00'0, and you can release the
buttons once they do.
2. Twist the LEFT temperature knob until the display above reads 19'0.
3. Twist the FAN knob until the left temperature display reads 19'1 (like
4. The right temperature display is now a digital speedometer! HOW COOL IS
--- For tach (in x100), twist the FAN knob until the left temperature
display reads 19'3 (like 19.3)
--- To reset and go back to normal operation, hit the ECON button once.
These are the different settings the Climatronic can display. '
and there are more instructions, but I am not sure if this '01 Golf GTi can
On a learning mode now! lol
(One out of many daves)
<pf...@aol.com> wrote in message
I found 2 possibles:
2006 GTI: to toggle between reading F and C, "hold down the auto and econ
buttons at the same time."
Passat: "Press and hold the recirculation button. Then press the temperature
up ("+") button to switch between degrees Celsius & Fahrenheit on the
Climate Control Temperature and Instrument Panel Outside Temperature
Why not just use Celsius like the rest if the world? (GRIN)
Stuart in Canada
"Stuart H." <heal...@canada.com> wrote in message
I will report back when I find out.
(One out of many daves)
"nutso fasst" <no.re...@no.where> wrote in message
That could be dangerous. Temps here reach 119 degrees. If you told folks it
was 48 degrees, they'd put on their winter coats and die of heat stroke.
Maybe, but -40 is still -40.
Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN be...@iphouse.com
If that did not do it, tell us what model and year you have?
For human comfort levels, Farenheit is more incremental/decremental in terms
of degrees given a temperature variation, not changing a degree within
Celsius. Thus giving the human a better idea of comfort externally, degree
for degree, using Farenheit vs. Celsius. Bad idea using Celsius for that
Metric vs. standard regarding tool sizes, nuts, and bolts is an entirely
different argument. Don't mix apples and oranges regarding "the rest of the
"Dioclese" <NONE> wrote in message
My sentiments exactly. Better for everyone to standardize on decaCelsius.
'Comfort zone' temperature would then be 222 degrees ("Nice day, eh? A
perfect triple deuce!")