Question about 1984 Dodge Pickup 4WD
Wipers run constant on delay, already changed wiper delay module and switch no effect
If your wiper work on slow and high and delay does not work its wiper delay module need to be replace. Get one from a junk yard save you some cash, common on dodge vech. 04883827AA for windshield wiper motor delay module. hope that help some
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
SOURCE: My 2004 Dodge Ram is
This is a bad board, you will need to replace the wipermotor, the most common reason is the electronics in the motor are bad, replace the motor and this will solve the problem, you can test it before you remove the old one, connect connector to new motor and then run a ground from wipermotor case to neg battery terminal, some reqiure a ground some dont so try it with out ground first if motor runs then no ground needed, and then test the delay and the park with the new motor you will see thats the problem good luck. hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
older vehicles had no nut or anything they just pushed on as their is a thing metal clip inside the round part ,two screwdrivers and something on the body to lever against like a piece of wood and prise it off
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
YOU HAVE TO REMOVE COWL GRILLE COVER, REACH THROUGH THE ACCESS HOLE AND REMOVE THE CONNECTING LINK FROM THE DRIVE LINK,AND THE PIVOT PINS BY PRYING THE BUSHING APART. REMOVE THE CONNECTING LINK THROUGH THE ACCESS HOLE. USE SLIP JOINT PLIERS TO SNAP THE LINKS AND PINS TOGETHER. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
if you changed your wiper motor and did not turn it on and let the motor return to park before installing blades,i would remove the blades ,turn on the wipers and then off and wait till they do park,then reinstall blades.
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
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