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Q: How do I use the rear window wiper?

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How do I use the rear window wiper?

A: The rear window wiper provides extra visibi...

The rear window wiper provides extra visibility through your rear window by wiping away rain or other moisture. It’s very easy to use: 1. Locate the wiper lever, which protrudes from the right side of the steering column. 2. Rotate the end of the lever to use the rear window wipers. Rotate the switch to INT for intermittent (non-adjustable), or to ON for a low-frequency setting.

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