P6 wiper delay.

#1
I've just repaired the wiper delay units on both my 3500 and 2000TC. Both can be removed from the wiper motor in situ, with a modicum of fiddliness. Both had the same fault and I'd presume most P6s would be the same. On the side opposite the plunger is a one way air valve. The spring for the valve is a piece of sponge foam which of course stops being springy with time. Once you get the unit out, repair is a doddle.
 
#2
I've just repaired the wiper delay units on both my 3500 and 2000TC. Both can be removed from the wiper motor in situ, with a modicum of fiddliness. Both had the same fault and I'd presume most P6s would be the same. On the side opposite the plunger is a one way air valve. The spring for the valve is a piece of sponge foam which of course stops being springy with time. Once you get the unit out, repair is a doddle.
love doddle /doodle repairs...
 
#3
I've just repaired the wiper delay units on both my 3500 and 2000TC. Both can be removed from the wiper motor in situ, with a modicum of fiddliness. Both had the same fault and I'd presume most P6s would be the same. On the side opposite the plunger is a one way air valve. The spring for the valve is a piece of sponge foam which of course stops being springy with time. Once you get the unit out, repair is a doddle.
Hi capacordian, did you buy a new sponge? If so where did you get it from or what did you make it out of? Thanks Russ
 

falkor

Active Member
#4
that remedy is a very short and sweet solution, would it work every time? would be good

however, if that is not the problem the P6 Club website offer a massive lo-down on the delay wipers in their members only section (select Technical Archive) which doesnt include your springy sponge AFAIK :p could be worth a look
 
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