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Q: How do I use the rear defroster?

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How do I use the rear defroster?

A: The rear defroster gives you added visibili...

The rear defroster gives you added visibility out of the rear window, by defrosting any ice or condensation. To turn on the rear defroster, press the Rear Defroster button.

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