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TomMan7531
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Washer Fluid Sensor

Post by TomMan7531 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:58 am

Hi All,

I'm in the UK and after a washer fluid level sensor for my 87 635CSI, mines just saying its low on fluid when its not, can anyone help?

Thanks,
1987 BMW 635CSI Auto, Royal Blue, Cream interior, daily rust finds....

henryc
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Re: Washer Fluid Sensor

Post by henryc » Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:20 pm

Hi, there-
I had the same issue. Rather than buy a replacement sensor, I removed the old sensor and cleaned the gunk off the area where the plastic parts touch each other on the sensor. After cleaning, I reinstalled it and it works perfectly. This was several months ago, and still doing it's job!
Hope this helps- Henry
Currently in the garage:
86 635 CSi
91 850i
91 325i Cabrio
74 MGB/GT
74 Alfa Romeo Spider
08 S2000
06 Volvo V70 T5
02 MB CL600

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Re: Washer Fluid Sensor

Post by TomMan7531 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:02 am

Hi,

I did already have a go at cleaning but given its been a while and I can't find any I guess its worth another go.
1987 BMW 635CSI Auto, Royal Blue, Cream interior, daily rust finds....

henryc
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Re: Washer Fluid Sensor

Post by henryc » Sun Nov 12, 2017 2:47 pm

Did the second cleaning help??
Currently in the garage:
86 635 CSi
91 850i
91 325i Cabrio
74 MGB/GT
74 Alfa Romeo Spider
08 S2000
06 Volvo V70 T5
02 MB CL600

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