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P3t3

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About P3t3

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  • First Name
    Pete
  • Ford Model
    S-Max
  • Ford Year
    2017
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Sussex
  1. OK it may well just be my bad luck then. Yes, these are auto wipers. It happened both times when raining. I stopped the car and admittedly the wipers weren’t in their ‘parked’ position - I just parked and turned off the ignition and left the car quickly. I came back, turned on the ignition and that’s when the wipers did their overlap. It was really annoying watch it happen and then see a wiper blade snap off and get flung across the road, as the metal arm then scrapes across the screen!
  2. Argh this! It's driving me absolutley loopy on my 2017 S-Max too. I updated the Sync 3 software two revisions ago (must have been late last year) and at the time I had this exact issue too. I took to the dealer as I was still under warranty and they weren't able to help and suggested waiting until the next update. It felt a bit of a fob-off, but I accepted the idea that it may help. I've upgraded to the latest version a few weeks ago, and sure enough, the same issue. It's not every time the I start the car, maybe one in three times, I'll get the ""Install in progress please do not remove
  3. Hi all, I hope you’re well. Has anyone else had their S-max destroy its own wiper blades? I’ve had my car for 9 months now, it’s 2017 plate, and just had the second time where I turn on the ignition and the wiper blades stutter for half a second and then overlap with each other and one of them gets ripped out the wiper arm whilst the plastic clips break. Luckily it’s just the plastic on the wiper blade that breaks, but it’s chuffing annoying to have to replace the blades again The first time it happened, I thought it was just bad luck or something I had done, but this second time w
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