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Q: How do I defog the windshield?

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How do I defog the windshield?

It’s not safe to drive the car when the windshield gets fogged up. Defogging it ensures you can see where you’re going.

  1. Located the button for the front defroster, which is located above the button for vents and feet.

  2. Press on the button to activate the defroster.

You can adjust the air and temperature settings to help defog the windshield.

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