I have a 2001 daewoo Lanos and the wipers don't work. I am looking into a new wiper motor, but also need to know if it could be a fuse, I dont have the fuse diagram though. And if it is the wiper motor how easy it would be to replace it myself and how to do so. Please Need help ASAP
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Re: Windshield wipers dont work
Wiper motor easy to change just remove arms first ,check fuses first though as these units last the life of the car normally .look for fuse panel and you will find----look inside fuse panel cover and the fuses are shown
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usually only a screw-driver;flat point. there is a lil lever on the wiper at the stud it sits on. pry it up and lift off. or take it too advanced auto and they will do it for you.car-quest,auto-zone,any of the parts stores will do this. lol.
First of all, NOBODY can tell you why your wipers are not working without diagnosing your wiper system. It could be the wiper motor, the wiper transmission, the wiper control module, the wiper control switch, or any of the wiring in-between.
Secondly, you may be just plain out of luck. The problem is that almost nobody has parts for Daewoo.
Daewoo was only built for 3 years before the company went out of business.
sounds as if the wiper arm to the motor has come undone and removal of the panel on the firewall needs to be removed in order to reattach the arm ..this happens from either wear or when heavy snow and ice prevent the wipers from working and from the force of the motor will cause it to pop ...fairly easy to do simply open the hood and remove the screws to the panel ..locate the wiper motor and you will see the panel which covers the wiper apparatus remove it and after the wipe armature is located you may need to turn the key on and shut the wipers to Off position and then turn off the key before reattaching the arm ...reverse procedure is how to reinstall the panel ...
on another note are you sure the wipers themselves are not stripped out the spline drive to the wiper or that they are properly seated as well ..that would be my 2nd thought
Try to find the fuse, if the fuse is ok try to remove the cable under the pump and reconnect them, if the pump still dosent work u need to buy a nes one and replace it.
By the way, start with check that u have power to the pump, buy a test lamp tp do that, you need to be two for testing that, one for pushing the switch and one to check the test-pamp.