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Author Subject: Rear wiper problem
allesclar

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Location: Sheffield

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Post #1
Hey all.

When it rains (mainly) if i turn the indicater to start the rear wiper, nothing happens, when i turn it over further (where water is released onto the window) it starts to move.

If i leave it on however it doesnt move at all, only when i fully turn it over.

Could it be that some water has messed up the relay in the back?

Cheers

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Posted 21st Aug 2009 at 00:15
ablister

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Location: fife

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Post #2
it's french, could be anything.

Check relay and replace if necessary

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Posted 21st Aug 2009 at 19:28
mpaul

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Location: Lossiemouth

Registered: 27 Jul 2009

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Post #3
Have a look at the relay. On my old 1.6 my wiper started coming on when it wasnt switched on, and did it every time the key was turned.

I whipped off the relay, gave it a blast of wd40 and a wipe down, then tie-wrapped a plastic bag around it and never had the problem again.
Posted 23rd Aug 2009 at 02:45
allesclar

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Post #4
cheers Smile i take it the relay is in the boot part where the wiper motor is?

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Posted 23rd Aug 2009 at 04:28
chrisd306

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Post #5
dunno but if you need a wiper motor give me a shout as i have to siting about, gathering stoor waiting for the tip!!

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Posted 23rd Aug 2009 at 05:07
mpaul

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Post #6
Yeah, just take off the trim on the bootlid inside (siz torx screws) and that should give you access. It was blue on mine.
Posted 23rd Aug 2009 at 12:13
allesclar

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Post #7
thanks guys Smile

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Posted 23rd Aug 2009 at 13:54

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