You’re welcome. These forums are always best taken with a grain of salt or you’ll drive yourself crazy looking for every little problem that someone posts about on here on your own car.Eric, thank you so much! I just love my car! Thanks for taking the time to write all this--I TRULY appreciate it! Yes, I'll just enjoy the heck out of my new car--which I am... I got EXACTLY what I wanted.
Again, I truly appreciate that you took the time to put the "myriad of issues" into perspective!
IPS: sorry about typos in my previous post. Auto-correct made a mess of it.
You are suppose to turn it on auto when it's raining, otherwise, just use off. It uses a camera sensor I believe to check for rain, which means it's not accurate.
Yes they can figure it out. Ours doesn’t have that issue. You got a lemon. Doesn’t mean every other Palisade is affected. I know you can’t seem to grasp this, but lemons do happen and do not represent the rest of the population.If true, that explains a lot. Lexus, BMW, Chevrolet, Jeep, Toyota, Volvo, Mazda, Ford, Chrysler, Mercedes and nearly all other manufacturers allow and recommend you leave the wipers in AUTO so that the come on “automatically”. Ours failed because even in the rain their frequency of swipe never matched the intensity of the rain. In fact they were the worst at keeping the windshield clear. It was either too little or too much. Our 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokees are perfect at this. Certainly after 7 years Hyundai engineers can figure this one out?
I have a 2020 Tucson Ultimate, the rain sensing wipers seem to have a mind of their own, pouring down rain...nothing, a day like yesterday, sunny and not a cloud in the sky I get a single wipe three different times. The dealership claims that they had never heard of this issue, and everything checked out fine?Has any one else had an issue with their windshield wipers coming on for one wipe when in auto on a completely dry day? I've had a limited that I bought on july 18th that if I have the wipers in auto on a totally dry day they wipe one time and it can be anywhere from 10 minutes to 30 minutes apart with no rhyme or reason. I live in Reno (very dry climate) and we spent a few weeks in Phoenix also very dry. I haven't told the dealer yet since we just got back home. Just wondering if any one else has experienced this.
Happens all the time in my 2022 Palisade. 99% of the time it does it when sunny and I go under an underpass or under a shaded area on the road.I have a 2020 Tucson Ultimate, the rain sensing wipers seem to have a mind of their own, pouring down rain...nothing, a day like yesterday, sunny and not a cloud in the sky I get a single wipe three different times. The dealership claims that they had never heard of this issue, and everything checked out fine?