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How do I use the automatic dimming rear view mirror?
The rear view mirror is a very important safety feature, that gives you visibility through your rear windshield. At night, however, the glare from headlights can make it hard for you to use your rear view mirror. The automatic dimming mirror will automatically dim when it is dark out, to help you retain your visibility. This feature does not need to be turned on. Tip Be sure to keep the rear view mirror sensors unblocked, or else this feature may not work.
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