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Q: How do I turn on the wipers?

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How do I turn on the wipers?

A: The windshield wipers can greatly improve y...

The windshield wipers can greatly improve your visibility when driving in wet conditions. To turn on the wipers, pull the wiper lever down to LO (for low speed wipers) or HI (for high speed wipers). When the weather clears up, return the wipers to the Off position to avoid damage to a dry windshield.

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