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I thought the recycle mode just cooled the air that was already inside the car, rather than getting hot air inside and trying to cool that. Still A/C.

I'm assuming I mis-understood the question though
 

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i have the same "problem" the air is cooled even without the A/C button being on.....seams the a/c is constantly on...not good for mpg
 

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Yeah i have noticed te same thing. But if you notice in older cars the "max AC" is just ac on the recycle mode. So i don't know but i think its normal..
 

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The recycle button recirculates the inside air (normal operation pulls in outside air) -- because the inside air tends to have higher humidity (even when it's raining outside) the AC runs to help dehumidify the air.

I would prefer to choose....but that's how GM did it.
 
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