My Heat are Cold

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My car is a 1988 Subraru Justy, and like most cars it has three fan-related controls: one for temperature, one for direction and one for air flow. The 'direction' lever has the following settings: VENT, BI-FLOW, HEAT and DEFROST. Can you spot which one doesn't belong? What is HEAT doing in the 'direction' controls? And if you switch it to that control, the air in fact blows onto your feet. Can that be true? Was there a breakdown in communication between the label makers and the original designers? Somewhere along the line the word 'FEET' was replaced with the much more fan-related term: HEAT. Anyway. Something I find amusing everytime I want to feel some air-flow through my sandals while driving.

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