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What is "set temp shift" for in the A/C?; Setting available in techstream
Topic Started: Dec 11 2017, 11:29 AM (94 Views)
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I have been hunting through the settings in Techstream and came across one called "Set Temperature Shift", with options of -2 -1 normal +1 +2 (Celsius). I understand it must be shifting a set temperature, but in what way? If its set to +2 does that mean when the cabin temp is set to 20C on the dial it thinks it is actually 22C or 18C?

Or is it shifting the actual cabin temp or external temp sensors so it will blow colder than it is?

Attached is an excerpt i found online but its not very descriptive
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Don't really know but I read that as if set to +2 and you set the AC to 20C then will target a cabin temp of 22C
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Yeah its kind of vague, and i find with a lot of the settings if i read it one way it turns out to be the other lol :P
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Found the description in the customization menu, "Function to control with the shifted temperature against the display temperature". Not sure if that means shifting the internal AC set temp, the external ambient temp, or something inconsequential like the external temp reading on the dash. I tried running the AC for a while with +2 and then -2 but no extreme changes were immediately evident, and non of the figures shown on the dash or on techstream moved much, the changes you can see are mostly the cabin starting to cool down after being on for a few minutes and changing to the other.

Does anyone have any thoughts on what it might be setting?

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