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14 May 2019 19:28 #207979 by AlexK
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Has anyone looked into getting hold of the optional rain sensor? Part number 990E0-65J81-035.

Interestingly, the same part number is also listed for the Vitara.

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15 May 2019 05:15 #207993 by Andy2640
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AlexK wrote: Has anyone looked into getting hold of the optional rain sensor? Part number 990E0-65J81-035.

Interestingly, the same part number is also listed for the Vitara.


No, but it sounds a very tempting upgrade. Hahahaa.... I love the way the little wipers squirrel away in the rain :-)

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15 May 2019 06:04 #207995 by Lambert
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All these cheap little cars are going to end up being as well equipped and expensive as a full fat range rover! :laugh:

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15 May 2019 06:07 #207996 by Andy2640
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Lambert wrote: All these cheap little cars are going to end up being as well equipped and expensive as a full fat range rover! :laugh:


I'm always routing for the underdog!

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15 May 2019 06:19 #207999 by Lambert
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I keep half expecting a thread about getting a hand stitched calf skin and Alcantara interior reboot!

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15 May 2019 07:31 #208001 by AlexK
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Lambert wrote: I keep half expecting a thread about getting a hand stitched calf skin and Alcantara interior reboot!


That's worth a ban right there... :evil:
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15 May 2019 07:39 #208003 by facade
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My Renault Nissan has "atomic" wipers. They operate completely at random, waiting until well after you crash through zero visibility to wipe a wet screen, and randomly scraping little bits of rubber off the blades furiously wiping a dry screen.

There is a sensitivity twizzler on the wiper stick that doesn't seem to do anything....

Is the intermittent variable? On an Olden Days car without a twizzler on the stick, you flick to intermittent, then off after it moves, count the seconds you want the delay to be and switch back to intermittent.


The Renault Nissan has atomic headlights too, and they really are random like radioactive decay, coming on in bright sunshine- I can tell because the wireless display goes to night mode.

If it suddenly breaks, go back to the last thing that you did before it broke and start looking there :)

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15 May 2019 08:59 #208010 by AlexK
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facade wrote: Is the intermittent variable?


Unfortunately no, but there's an excellent guide (apologies, I forget by who) about fitting the stalk from a recent Swift that includes a variable control.
www.bigjimny.com/mediawiki/index.php?tit...screen_wiper_control
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