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Q: How do I turn on the heated mirrors?

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How do I turn on the heated mirrors?

A: The heated mirrors feature allows your mirr...

The heated mirrors feature allows your mirrors to be heated up, which can dispel of moisture or frost, and increase your visibility. To turn on the heated mirrors, press the rear window defogger button on your center console.

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