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I noted today (as it was raining) that my rear wiper screen wash motion does activate when turned the front one is okay.

Has anyone else had this issue with their Sandero (Ambience model)

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Peter

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I've not been driving mine long, so I might be wrong here...

But I know there are two twisty settings for speed. But I think you push or pull the stick to use screen wash on the back? I'll test it on the way home and post later on. Unless someone beats me to it.
 

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I noted today (as it was raining) that my rear wiper screen wash motion does activate when turned the front one is okay.

Has anyone else had this issue with their Sandero (Ambience model)

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Peter

Groby, Leics
when the front ones are activated

if u put the car in reverse

the wiper on the rear automatically wipes the rear screen a few times (usually 3 times)

even thou the switch isnt turned on on the rear

and also if u switch the button from the stick (read user guide/manual) ;)
 

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I noted today (as it was raining) that my rear wiper screen wash motion does activate when turned the front one is okay.

Has anyone else had this issue with their Sandero (Ambience model)

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Peter

Groby, Leics
and if u mean water doesnt come out

u activate the switch then u turn the same switch a bit more to get water to the rear window screen

(its a impulse thing that u do with the hand the button goes a bit further) ;)
 

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I noted today (as it was raining) that my rear wiper screen wash motion does activate when turned the front one is okay.
Has anyone else had this issue with their Sandero (Ambience model)
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Peter
Groby, Leics
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Up here in the highlands we don't get rain,so I can't be any help---sorry!!
 

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Ok, I've double checked. There are two settings, you twist once to the notch for "go" and then twist it a little bit further past the notch for "sploosh and go"
 
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