Repair of Opel Corsa C, from 2000 to 2005 release.
1. Operation and maintenance of the car
1.1. Description of the car
1.2. Keys, locks of doors, the opening body elements
1.3. Governing bodies, combination of devices, light and sound alarm system
1.4. Seats
1.5. System of passive safety
1.6. Heating and air conditioning
1.6.1. A heating system and ventilation with the additional conditioner
1.6.2. Climate control
1.6.3. Conditioner
1.6.4. Heating of seats
1.6.5. Inclusion signaling devices in keys
1.6.6. Management of climate control
1.6.7. Air inlet
1.7. Driving and service of the car
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment
 















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1.6.2. Climate control

Climate control provides the maximum comfort at any weather, any external temperature and at all seasons of the year.
To provide constant and cozy climate in the car, automatic adjustment of temperature of the arriving air, and also an expense and distribution of air depending on external atmospheric conditions is made.

Heating system and ventilation
Red zone of the left rotary switch: temperature of the given air becomes warmer, the blue zone – is colder.
The average rotary regulator has installation of four skrost of an obduv.
The consumption of air is defined obduvy. Therefore it is necessary to include having blown also during the movement.
The right rotary pereklyuchatelregulirut giving and distribution of air to a windshield and to forward side glasses; to forward side glasses and to the lower space of salon; in the lower space of salon; to top and to the lower space of salon

Heating of back glass and heating of external mirrors
Heating of back glass and heating of external mirrors copes at the included ignition a special key. The signaling device of control of inclusion is built in in the switch.

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1.6.3. Conditioner