[A4] Removing automatic wipers

Joel Landsverk jlandsverk at JJKELLER.COM
Thu Dec 30 10:05:38 EST 2004


I think you might get tired of having to not only engage the washer fluid, but then having to turn the wipers on as well.  That being said, I know what you mean when you say you wish the wipers would wait a second until the fluid gets a chance to spread around a little bit.  The best thing I've been able to do to combat this is to take some time to aim the washer jets.  It's a little tricky to find a perfect compromise between around town driving and highway driving due to the extra wind, but if you play around with them, you'll find something that works.

Just use a stick pin in the washer nozzle and you can move them around quite a bit.

Good luck.

Joel L.

>>> "Gordie's Garage" <audidoodie at comcast.net> 12/30/2004 4:05:33 AM >>>
I believe he is referring to the windshield washers.  I'm not at all
familiar with wipers and even less so the A3.
Good luck.

> Can't you just turn the car off?
> Disclaimer: I don't have any experience with the auto wipers on later
> models.  I wasn't even aware that they had auto wipers.  :)
> On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 11:46:09 +0100 (CET), Grønntass
> <groentas at start.no> wrote:
> > On my A3 from 2004 the wipers starts to work immediately when I
> put cleaning
> > liquid on the windscreen.
> > Is there a simple way to disengage this, letting the liquid
> getting to the top
> > of the screen before removing it?
> >
> > Christian
> >
> > ------------------------------------------------------------
> > Få din egen @start.no-adresse gratis på http://www.start.no/ 

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