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Ocean53



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Wiper Blades

Anyone say the best blades to get and from where?
Amazon quotes all kinds of numbers for a 2018 RR 3.0

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pld118



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https://www.fullfatrr.com/forum/topic49162...p;start=15

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Alistair



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Be careful, they changed design on the L405, not quite sure when - https://www.fullfatrr.com/forum/topic32300.html

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pld118



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The website asks for your reg. number.

https://www.vipacarparts.com/?gclid=EAIaIQ...gLp-fD_BwE

I typed a 2019 reg. number in and it said it didn’t have any stock for that. I typed in a 2018 reg. number (“new design” L405) and it claimed to have stock for that model ie the 2012 onwards, hook wiper arm 🤷

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horse86



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went OEM...one place OEM is the best IMO 2014 FF Autobiography 5.0 SC
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Cam-Tech-Craig



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I think they changed in about 2017?

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Ocean53



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I have now managed to change front wipers, ( instructions on how to park in winter position on the control system)
How do you park the rea blade to be able to change it?Cant see anything in handbook.

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Merchy



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I may be talking old school here, as my RR is old, operate rear windscreen wiper and just before it teaches mid stroke, switch off engine / car completely without touching windscreen wiper control, so wiper arm is now at 6-O-clock, worth a try.

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Martin2



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Ocean53 wrote:
I have now managed to change front wipers, ( instructions on how to park in winter position on the control system)
How do you park the rea blade to be able to change it?Cant see anything in handbook.


Put them in the wiper change position and the front ones come up much further than they do in winter park and the rear moves down into a vertical position at the same time.

I can’t remember the exact process, but it is in the manual. Something like turn ignition on, then off, then push down on the wiper stalk. MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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qwerty



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Follow this sequence with door open or closed.

1 Switch ignition on then immediately off.
2 Hold down wiper stalk while switching on, wipers front and rear go to park postion. Now change wipers leaving ignition on.
3 Wipers return to normal at ignition off.

Works on 2016 and think it works on other models aswell Thumbs Up


Ian.

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Martin2



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That’s what I couldn’t quite remember! Works on my 2019MY MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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Ocean53



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👍 will give it a try tomorrow

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Alistair



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Plan B for the rear - it stops mid stroke if you open the tailgate. Can be a bit tricky as if you press the button again too soon, it closes again, but too late and it's too high.....

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Ocean53



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QWERTY worked a treat, thanks

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