Because for 75 years, common cars didn't need this feature. I argue they still don't. And for this feature to exist on cars in a way that make it a DAMAGE risk if you do something wrong, is a horrible design mistake. I also believe that if they are going to start adding more and more of these kinds of modes to cars, they need to add these all as options in a maintenance menu in the infotainment system. Having to get 30 lives in Contra is not what I signed up for when buying a new car.Looks super basic and easy. Not sure why people find this difficult?
The wiper arms move freely by hand when the car is off. This is contrary to how wipers have worked on most cars for, well, as long as it matters to anyone alive today. If you move them there by hand and then turn on the car, the wipers will return to "home". That being all the way down in their unused position.so i am confused. If you dont put them in maintenance mode when lifting them, do they just freak out on you once you turn the car on or something?
Nah, this is more a general statement to (likely) remove liability from Honda for if you manage to scratch your glass. It is smart to not do it in general but if you have blasted your windshield with the hose, then anything nasty and gritty will likely be gone anyhow.Im guessing before going into maintenance mode you should wet the windshield?