Dodge Avenger: Chill zone beverage cooler storage compartment - Understanding the features of your vehicle - Dodge Avenger Owners ManualDodge Avenger: Chill zone beverage cooler storage compartment

The Chill Zone Beverage Cooler Storage Compartmentis located in the top of the instrument panel on thepassenger side. A recessed latch at the front releases thebin door and swings up for easy access.

Chill Zone

Chill Zone

The Chill Zone compartment will hold up to four,standing, 12 oz (.3 L), beverage cans. The Chill Zonecompartment is also equipped with a soft molded linerthat is removable for easy cleaning.

Inside the Chill Zone is a vent which, when opened,allows either air conditioned or fresh air to flow into theChill Zone compartment. Depending on ambient temperatureand A/C setting, the compartment can keepbeverages cool.

For Chill Zone to operate properly, door must remainclosed while vehicle is in operation.

Shut off the Chill Zone when not in use, by closing thevent inside. This will prevent cool air from entering thepassenger compartment when in heat mode.

NOTE: The use of the Chill Zone storage compartmentis for nonperishable beverages only.

The glove compartment is located beneath the ChillZone storage compartment. The glove compartmentdoor swings downward for easy access.

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