Rain sensing wipers operation

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Forum [GEN 2]' started by jonfo, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. mamula

    mamula FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Actually the owners manual didn't even say anything about activating the setting in advanced setting. That raptor manual is completely worthless. I bet they want the dealers to get more customers by holding back in the manual
     
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    UMMMMMM......that's cause the info isn't in the Raptor Supplement.
     
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    Wipers work fine for me. (Oregon... so I know about rain). One thing to do every now and then though is to reset, or better said, recalibrate the system by turning the knob to the off position and then back on. I have it set to the lowest sensitivity.


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  4. mamula

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    I will try that thanks
     
  5. OffRoader01

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    *** I Have not tried this yet ***

    Below are Forscan codes to change the wipe time config. Without testing myself yet, I cannot confirm which settings impact which wiping features. But since there's tons of smart people on this forum figured I would share and those who are comfortable could test and let us all know, unless you wanted to wait until I can test and confirm.

    SCCM | 724-02-01 x*xx xxxx xx
    SCMInit OffToAutoWipe (OTAW) / SCMRrWipe LiftgateAjarEnable (WLA) / SCMRrWipe Pos1 (WP1)/ SCMRrWipe Pos2 (WP2)
    0=OTAW false, WLA false, WP1 8secs, WP2 0secs 8=OTAW true, WLA false, WP1 8secs, WP2 0secs
    1=OTAW false, WLA false, WP1 8secs, WP2 5secs 9=OTAW true, WLA false, WP1 8secs, WP2 5secs
    2=OTAW false, WLA false, WP1 10secs, WP2 0secs A=OTAW true, WLA false, WP1 10secs, WP2 0secs
    3=OTAW false, WLA false, WP1 10secs, WP2 5secs B=OTAW true, WLA false, WP1 10secs, WP2 5secs
    4=OTAW false, WLA true, WP1 8secs, WP2 0secs C=OTWA true, WLA true, WP1 8secs, WP2 0secs
    5=OTAW false, WLA true, WP1 8secs, WP2 5secs D=OTWA true, WLA true, WP1 8secs, WP2 5secs
    6=OTAW false, WLA true, WP1 10secs, WP2 0secs E=OTWA true, WLA true, WP1 10secs, WP2 0secs
    7=OTAW false, WLA true, WP1 10secs, WP2 5secs F=OTWA true, WLA true, WP1 10secs, WP2 5secs

    SCCM | 724-02-01 xx*x xxxx xx
    SCMRrWipe Time Cfg: 0=1500ms, 1=1750ms, 2=2000ms, 3=2250ms, 4=2500ms, 5=2750ms, 6=3000ms, 7=3250ms, 8=3500ms, 9=3750ms, A=4000ms, B=4250ms, C=4500ms, D=4750ms, E=5000ms, F=5250ms

    SCCM | 724-02-01 xxxx *xxx xx
    SCMCourtesy Wipe Time (CWT) / SCMWashBefore Wipe Time (WBWT)
    0=CWT 1sec, WBWT 100ms 8=CWT 3secs, WBWT 100ms
    1=CWT 1sec, WBWT 250ms 9=CWT 3secs, WBWT 250ms
    2=CWT 1sec, WBWT 400ms A=CWT 3secs, WBWT 400ms
    3=CWT 1sec, WBWT 550ms B=CWT 3secs, WBWT 550ms
    4=CWT 2secs, WBWT 100ms C=CWT 4secs, WBWT 100ms
    5=CWT 2secs, WBWT 250ms D=CWT 4secs, WBWT 250ms
    6=CWT 2secs, WBWT 400ms E=CWT 4secs, WBWT 400ms
    7=CWT 2secs, WBWT 550ms F=CWT 4secs, WBWT 550ms
     
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    I tested, it works.
     
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    Is there a way to use rain x and have these function correctly at the same time? I feel like there’s a sensing node that’s right in the middle of the dash, and I can rain x what’s right in my view


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    Not sure how rain x would affect them however I had a coating applied to my windshield when PPF was applied and they work perfect.
     
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    I believe the sensor is by the rear view mirror. Just don't treat that area.
     
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    Mine comes on too early... same with auto lights... I wish I could delay both of them...
     

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