Q: How do I turn on the rear window defogger?

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How do I turn on the rear window defogger?

The rear window defogger helps you maintain maximum visibility out of your rear window. To turn on the rear window defogger, press the REAR button on the climate controls. The defogger will stay on for 10 minutes, or until you turn off the vehicle.

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