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Q: How do I turn off the defoggers?

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How do I turn off the defoggers?

A: Defoggers work to remove dew, frost and oth...

Defoggers work to remove dew, frost and other moisture from your windows to help you see better and drive more safely.

  1. Locate the button for the defogger and rear defogger on your dashboard.

  2. Press the button to active the defoggers. The defogger will continue to work for several minutes.

Tip

If the defogger has completed working but the windows are still not clear, press the button again.

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