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Well, I hooked up a ghetto-style IC mister with my window fluid, and I have a vag-com.
I was wondering if its possible to readapt something to make it so that the wipers dont wipe when spraying the fluid, but still work under normal conditions.
If I pull the fuse for the wipers, it turns off the water pump for the fluid also. I also considered unplugging the motor for the wipers, but I'd like them to work if it started raining. I just hate to have my wipers on and making my windshiled dirty (and looking stupid) while misting my intercooler. Any help, http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Disable windshield wiping while spraying? for IC mister (inflatin)

1. i don't think it's possible, as there's no practical application for being able to recode it.
2. i think the right way to do it is to run your own wires to the washer pump and just install a momentary switch that you can hit from inside the car. if you do it right, it won't affect anything else.
 

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I just did the same thing and hooked up the IC mister to my rear windshield wiper. All I had to do to disable the rear wiper motor was pull a fues. There is a fues that is only for the rear windshield wiper so it work perfectlly. I dont know what number the fuse it but if you open up your fuse box its a blue15 fues and its the fourth fuse from the bottom leftside. Hope I helped you out. I dont know why more people dont do this, its so easy.
 

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Well thats cool it worked for you, but I have a Jetta, and if I pull the fuse, it disables the wipers & the pump both.. Also, how can I stop my nozzle from dripping?
 
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