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Old 05-08-2008, 06:58 PM
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Atc Switch Defective?

just noticed that my auto temperature control switch has a 16 degree setting, then 19 degrees, but no 17 or 18. So is this thing broken or did FORD give us this as a free feature? What if 16 is too cold and 19 is too warm?
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Celsius, right? Mine, running the Fahrenheit scale, jumps from 60 to 65 and then again from 85 to 90 I believe. I guess they figure they covered the range of "normal" comfort and put the low and high settings in as a full cold and full hot setting.
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not broke, just wierd

my truck does the same as VFR_Man says
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Mine does the same..
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Yes, it is Celsius...zero degrees is freezing, 100 boiling and everything else is in between.
Canada changed over in the 70's; makes more sense when you think about it, but was a pita to get used to after having learned Fahrenheit in school.
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Fahrenheit is much more adjustable than celcius degrees. 25 celcius is 77f, and 27 celcius is 80.6f...That's 3.6 degrees/f in 2 degrees celcius. Our money system is metric...lol
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