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Thread: Rain sensing wipers - What am I doing wrong?

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    2017 CX-5

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadonoz View Post
    My automatic has one speed, and it's never right.
    I use manual intermittent-- it's always right.
    What year? Ours lets you adjust sensitivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthj View Post
    What year? Ours lets you adjust sensitivity.
    17 GT. Mine's supposed to adjust, but it doesn't, regardless of stalk setting. The standard intermittent work fine, with a very short to very long range of adjustments.
    Not a problem for me. Not a feature I care about.

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    2019 cx-5 signature. 2019 cx-3 awd touring

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    ahhh i remember when these were first offered in the 5 series...i was like, I MUST HAVE this luxury =)
    the 528 also had the nice heated steering wheel too!

    Quote Originally Posted by yrwei52 View Post
    Rain sensing wipers are great if they work like these on my 2000 BMW 528i. The rain sensing is precise and predictable. The sensitivity adjustment truly works and can perform any way I want.

    Not on my 2016 Mazda CX-5 and 2001.5 VW Passat!

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