Q: Q: How do I use the mist feature?

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How do I use the mist feature?

The mist feature allows your wipers to wipe away a temporary amount of water, such as when you drive through a patch of mist. When you use this feature, the wipers will wipe only once. To use the mist feature, pull up on the wiper lever (located on the right side of the steering column), and immediately release.

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