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Q: How do I use a single windshield wipe?

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How do I use a single windshield wipe?

A: Your windshield wipers can be used for a si...

Your windshield wipers can be used for a single wipe, which is handy when you are driving through mist or fog, or other temporary wetness. To use this feature, pull up on the wiper lever (located on the right side of the steering column), and immediately release.

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