Honda CR-V: Rear Window Wiper and Washer

1. OFF

1. OFF When you turn the wiper switch to the ‘‘OFF’’ position, the wiper will return to its parked position.

2. Rotate the switch clockwise to turn the rear window wiper ON.

The wiper operates every 7 seconds after completing two sweeps.

3. Hold past ON to activate the rear window wiper a few times and to spray the rear window washer.

4. Rotate the switch counterclockwise also to spray the window washer and turn the wiper on.

When you shift the transmission to the reverse position with the front windshield wiper activated, the rear wiper operates automatically even if the rear wiper switch is off.

The rear window washer uses the same fluid reservoir as the windshield washer.

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