Q: How to activate the rear defogger?

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How to activate the rear defogger?

Whether your Accord has a manual A/C, auto A/C or a built-in navigation system, activating the rear defogger is done in the same way.

  • Find the button on the dash that says “Rear” and has a picture of the defogger, and press it.

  • The defogger will automatically come on with the button pressed, and will automatically turn off after 10 minutes to a half hour (it depends on temperature).

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