Q: How do I use the intermittent wipers?

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How do I use the intermittent wipers?

The intermittent wiper feature allows you to control the frequency at which the windshield wipers operate. To use intermittent mode, push the wiper lever down one notch, to the INT setting. Then, rotate the intermittent band (which is located on the wiper lever) to set the frequency of the wipers.

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