Page 86 of 340 pages for Buick CENTURY 1996 Owner Manual.
For steady wiping at low speed. turn the band aura}r from you to the L0 position. For hi git—speed wiping. turn the hand further. to H]. To stop the wipers1 mow.- the hand to lC'tFF.
Remember that damaged wiper blades may pretrent you from seeing well L‘nnugh in drive safely. To avoid damage. he sure to clear ice and snow ti-om the wiper blades before using Utem. It" mey're frozen to the windshield. carefully loosen or thaw them. If your blades do become damaged. get new blades or blade inserts.
Heatrg,r snow or ice can overload your wiper motor. A circuit breaker will stop the ruotor until it cools. Clear away snow or ice to prevent an overload.
At the top of the turn sig nalinmitil'unction lever. there's
a paddle with the word PUSH on it. To spray washer ﬂuid on the windshield1 push the paddle.
It‘ you pu sh the paddle for less than one second. washer fluid will spratr three to four times while the wiper blades L'j'ClE. If you push the paddle longer Ihan one second. washer ﬂuid will spray as long as the paddle is held. When you release the paddle. the wiper blades will cycle three to four more times to clear the window and then either stop or return to your preset speed.
Driving without washer fluid can be dangerous. A bad mud splash can block your vision. You could hit another vehicle or go off the road. Check your washer fluid level often. See "Windshield Washer Fluid" in the Index.
In freezing weathe r. don’t use your washer until
the windshield is warmed. Others-rise the washer ﬂuid can form ice on the windshield. blocking your 1vision.