I've spent much time pin adjusting, much WD40, and probably a good litre or more of costly screenwash trying to get the jet squirting in the right spot.
I can't get it squirting dead centre. I can get it squirting near the top of the rear window, or at the base (so it hits the wiper arm - i.e. not the window at all).
Or i can get it squirting elsewhere - such as the car behind me, but that's not THAT helpful to me.
I thought i had it sorted, but it just dawned on me tonight.....
.... where it hits on the window when you're stationary seemed to be irrelevant, because what looks like it'll do when your stationary is totally different to where it squirts when you're on the move, especially if there's a bit of a breeze.
So question to all:
When you're stationary, where abouts on your rear window does the jet of water hit?
to make it easier to explain, i've taken the time to prepare an expert map
So you could say, 5th column, 4th row (NOTE: I'm discounting the incomplete squares/columns at the two ends as i know it wont be squirting there, but i will be counting the top & bottom incomplete squares as it may be squirting there for all i know).
EDIT: I know tonight probably isn't a good time to be asking as it'll be dark, but it's one for the daylight tomorrow.
I'm just P'd off wasting time & screenwash. This should be simple to do, but no amount of adjusting has worked as it squirts in a different spot when you're moving to when you're stationary.