Question about 1994 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
1) It is normal for the wipers, in rain sensor mode, to cycle once upon startup.
2) In rain sensor mode, the wipers should be intermittent with the cycles increasing as the volume of moisture increases on the windshield. The speed will increase until it reaches the continuous slow speed of position 2 on the switch. It will not increase to the fastest speed which is position 3 on the switch. You have to go to the fastest speed by manually rotating the switch to postion 3. Doesn't seem like a design flaw to me.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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