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Q: How do I use the windshield washers?

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How do I use the windshield washers?

A: The windshield washer button is located on ...

The windshield washer button is located on the multifunction lever, which sticks out of the left side of the steering column. At the tip of the multifunction lever is a button. Press this button, and washer fluid will be sprayed onto your windshield and wiped away.

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