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    Rain sensing cover is off.

    Hi All
    My car is a 2005 MY05 Euro Lux
    Minor issue but the cover over the rain sensor on my windscreen on my has fallen down and I can't seem to be able to push it back on. Any tips? A YouTube?

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    Can you up load a photo of cover and sensor?

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    Rain sensor cover refit

    Quote Originally Posted by Kodak View Post
    Can you up load a photo of cover and sensor?

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    Hi Kodak
    Thanks for the response and apologies for the delay in responding but haven't been in the car for a few days. I have attached the photos. They are not great quality because the background was outside daylight. I can resend them by taking the photos indoors and front lighting. Let me know if you need that done. Grateful for the help.
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    Here is the diagram from the service manual. You can see the two clips that hold the cover in place. I suspect you need to hook in the wide side (bottom) first, and then engage the clips shown in the diagram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodak View Post
    Here is the diagram from the service manual. You can see the two clips that hold the cover in place. I suspect you need to hook in the wide side (bottom) first, and then engage the clips shown in the diagram.

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    Many thanks for your help. Will ty to do it today.
    Mike - Gold Coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike2005Euro View Post
    Many thanks for your help. Will ty to do it today.
    Mike - Gold Coast
    Make sure the rain sensor is attached to windscreen properly as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodak View Post
    Make sure the rain sensor is attached to windscreen properly as well.

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    Will do. I had a windscreen replacement some time back and it hasn't worked 100% since. I sometimes have to give it a bit of pressure against the windscreen to get it to work. I considered taking it off altogether and re-installing it but never did it. The intermittent timing seems to take over when the sensor doesn't work so I used that function instead. Any recommendations for a long term permanent fix other than a total replacement?

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    Incidentally, this has been a great car for reliability. Have had a failed alternator and replaced both front door lock/unlock actuators. The actuators cost me $38. total cost as I did it myself so total cost. Time was about 1 hour per door. Honda quoted me $750. Stopped going to them for all servicing after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike2005Euro View Post
    Will do. I had a windscreen replacement some time back and it hasn't worked 100% since. I sometimes have to give it a bit of pressure against the windscreen to get it to work. I considered taking it off altogether and re-installing it but never did it. The intermittent timing seems to take over when the sensor doesn't work so I used that function instead. Any recommendations for a long term permanent fix other than a total replacement?
    Sound like the sensor is not attached to the windscreen properly.

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