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Q: How do I defog the rear window?

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How do I defog the rear window?

A: To defog the rear window, press the rear wi...

To defog the rear window, press the rear window defog button. An indicator light will turn on to confirm that the rear window defogger is in use, and the defogger will automatically turn off after roughly 15 minutes.

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