Remote control solves this regardless of how the manual mechanism
works. Most Civics and Corollas come standard with remote door lock
Correct, A/C does the de-humidifying work.
No. Trust us, it works just fine. However, you want to buy the car
that has the best (coldest) A/C in your price range. Check the fans
(feel the breeze) for max air movement, too. In my limited exprience,
Toyota A/C is better than Honda A/C.
Check the prices on Accords and Camrys while you're at the
dealerships. Sometimes these cars are available at prices remarkably
close to their smaller stable mates. I found the lower insurance
premium cost for the Accord more than made up for the annual fuel cost
After 1998 the hold-the-driver's-lever-out-to-lock-the-door was gone.
If you have power locks you can't lock the doors if the key is in the
ignition. You can lock all doors when you push down the manual lock
near the driver's door window.
The defroster works best with the Non-Recirculating mode of the AC.
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