Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by Uncgolf, Feb 21, 2016.
here is a slow motion video of the windshield wiper fluid coming out directly from the blades
Pretty cool. But does it do a dry wipe first? I wouldn't want that.
Would these ever freeze if the wrong wiper fluid is used?
Not sure if all X's have the same Wiper system, This is a Founders and it has the heated Wipers
And I see your wipers work as well as mine -i.e. Not very well. Yes, it appears to do a dry wipe first. And on mine, it leaves a streak right at driver eye level. Oh, and then wiper fluid drains down from up top for the next few minutes.
Yes, they suck particularly on the driver's side. Fluid doesn't get a chance to clean anything before shooting up the windshield or being propelled by swishing blades. Horrible design that will get retrofitted, is my guess.
- - - Updated - - -
Yes. It seems they shipped the cars from California with warm-weather washer fluid and I had the bottom 1/3 of my driver's side wiper nozzles freeze up one morning. A quick fill-up with the proper anti-freeze solution worked fine.
This is a picture from a slow motion video of the Model X washer in action. Counted almost 50 small holes for fluid.
Does washer fluid come out both wiper blades on the 2018 MX? It appears fluid is only coming out the passenger side wiper.
My 2018 MX only comes out one side the passenger side. Out of interest is your RHD or LHD?
I’m not sure why they would only wire up one blade I’m in 2017 MX loaner ATM and both water comes out.