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I'm still trying to figure how to adjust the front ones from spraying over the front windshield. It seems to want to clean the moonroof.
 

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andy said:
I'm still trying to figure how to adjust the front ones from spraying over the front windshield. It seems to want to clean the moonroof.
Guess you don't use them at speed. Traffic jams in LA? They are meant to spray high as if you are going highway speed they hit the middle of the windshield.
As for the rear, its supposed to drip. A spray at speed would end up on the windshield of the car behind you instead of on your back window. ;)
 

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I agree you have to use the front washers at speed or they spray over the roof, the worst thing is you can't adjust them. My rear streams down the rear window and seems effective, the only problem is that it continues to drip for ages after I have used it leading to a streak down the rear window.

Its about time all manufacturers put the washers into the wiper arm, spraying just either side of the blade...much less mess
 

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My front washers spray just fine sitting still. The spray hits about 2/3 of the way up when sitting still.
 

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I tried to adjust mine down but they seem to be solid plastic with no adjustment possible.
Also, I drive in traffic a lot so don't want to spray at speed. People behind me wouldn't be so happy.
 

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I'm glad somebody asked this. I had the same question but never got around to asking it!

I have to say, however, that the drip is some what ineffective. I think, however, it may also be the fault of the rear wiper blade, which doesn't seem to be doing the job either.
 

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per the sevice manual the rear is unadjustable as well.
 

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