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Q: How do I defrost the windows?

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How do I defrost the windows?

The Defrost helps you defog your windshield by using heated air from the heater onto the windshield. To turn the Defrost on:

  1. Press the Defrost button located on the climate control panel.

  2. Press the Rear Defroster/Heated Mirrors button and the electrical heating grid in the rear window and mirrors will defrost the rear window and side mirrors.

  3. When the windshield is clear and you can see, press the Defrost button again to turn it off.

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