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    [Translated from french using GoogleTranslation tool]

     

Essuie glace avant bloqué


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Bonjour la team

je souhaiterais avoir des infos sur une panne nouvelle sur ma super 5

lorsque que je veux actionner l essuie glace avant avec la position pour faire juste un aller et retour celui ci se bloque aleatoirement dans sa course lorsque je lache le commodo

Avez vous une idee du probleme ? Si oui ou trouver la piece qui en est la cause ?

je pense à un relais ou une temporisation mais je n’y connais rien ...

au plaisir de vous lire 

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oui, c'est un problème très connu : il te suffit de changer le fusible qui a certainement grillé. ;)

 

Edit : une recherche dans le forum t'aurait certainement permis de trouver très rapidement ta réponse...

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Merci savez vous s il sagit d un fusible sous le tableau de bord a droite ?

Pour zorro jai tenté de chercher avec le mot essuie glace et n’ai pas trouvé 😀

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il y a 2 minutes, franck54250 a dit :

Pour zorro jai tenté de chercher avec le mot essuie glace et n’ai pas trouvé 😀

Si tu fais une recherche google avec ne serait-ce que le titre de ton sujet " essuie glace bloqué", dès la 2e réponse google, il y a les infos qu'il te faut... ;) 

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Fusible changé c’etait bien diagnostiqué 🤣

Pas de fusible de 7,5 A de rechange dans la boite a fusible du coup direction le supermarché.

 

Par contre j ai cassé le clips à vis qui sert a refermer la boite a fusible . Quelqu’un aurait un lien avec la reference ? 

 

Imaginez les gros mots que j’ai pu dire quand le plastique est resté dans ma main 😀

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