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Old 12-01-2019, 09:56 AM
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Yes I know it wasn’t for speed I was just trying everything to make it not work constantly if I push the wiper arm to the first position it just constantly goes even with a light drizzle..

My wife's car the rain sensor went belly up. When it happened her first click ran as fast as the second click. However when I attempted the rain sensor calibration, it now acts like intermittent wiper. Still no rain sensing but at least a useful function.

Scanner shows no rain sensor.
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Has the OP provided a model/model year so that the forum knows what system that is at issue? Can't even be helpful with relay and fuse locations due to no vehicle information...not every E53 is optioned and laid out the same from 2000-2006.

Try pulling the wiper relay and see if that jogs things up (unfortunately can't tell you were to look for it since we have no vehicle model/model year info).
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Has the OP provided a model/model year so that the forum knows what system that is at issue? Can't even be helpful with relay and fuse locations due to no vehicle information...not every E53 is optioned and laid out the same from 2000-2006.

Try pulling the wiper relay and see if that jogs things up (unfortunately can't tell you were to look for it since we have no vehicle model/model year info).
I have a 2002 E53 X5.... so I pulled the fuse/relay it seems to reset itself...
Plus before it started raining and snowing I poured water on the sensor it worked right away
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Old 12-02-2019, 06:00 PM
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Thanks for the update...glad the fuse/relay pull & push did the trick.
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Old 12-02-2019, 06:09 PM
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Hmmm I never actually tried that with wife's x.


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