Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Defroster button

To defrost or dehumidify the windshield


and front door windows, press the defroster button “”. To defrost or dehumidify the windshield
and front door windows, press the defroster button “When the “” button is pressed, the”.
When the “air conditioner compressor automatically operates to quickly defog the windshield,” button is pressed, the
air conditioner compressor automatically operates to quickly defog the windshield, outside air is drawn into the passenger compartment, airflow is directed towards the windshield and front door windows, and the indicator light on the button illuminates.

After eliminating the fogging from the windshield, return the climate control system to the FULL AUTO mode by pressing the “AUTO” button or turn off by pressing the “OFF” button.

Alternatively, press the “again to return the system to the setting that was selected before you activated” button
again to return the system to the setting that was selected before you activated the defroster.

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