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what is the temperature control systems that is used in cars like swift, innova?
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what is the temperature control systems that is used in cars like swift, innova?








David W
It's probably just your skin--if you feel warm, turn the temp down; feel cold, turn it up.


Timbo is here
Nothing different to any other cars







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