Q: Q: How do I use the intermittent wipers?

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How do I use the intermittent wipers?

The intermittent windshield wipers are a feature that allows you to control the speed of the windshield wipers. Here’s how to use them: 1. Push the windshield wiper lever down one notch to the INT position. This will turn the wipers on a low setting. 2. Rotate the intermittent time adjustment ring to control how frequently the windshield wipers wipe. 3. When the conditions are no longer wet, return the wiper lever to the Off position.

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