Q: Q: How do I turn on the windshield wipers?

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How do I turn on the windshield wipers?

Windshield wipers are a very important safety feature, as they allow you to have good visibility even when it is raining out. Here’s how you turn them on.

  1. Locate the multifunction lever on the left side of the steering column.

  2. Locate the rotating knob on the end of the multifunction lever.

  3. Turn the rotating knob to turn on your windshield wipers.

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