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Re: rear wiper not functioning
It sounds like the motor or the connection to it get somebody to flick the switch while you wiggle the wiper arm dont use too much force if that dosent work its probably the connection block. if this helps please rate my answer. joe
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Switch is faulty is the first thing comes to my mind. Your spot on tho in your diagnosis, although you may have two pumps and tanks, one for front, one for rear. I would check all my fuses just to be sure, and I would look at all my waster tubes and make sure they are not clogged, check your nozzles too, as sometimes wax can clog them up.
i have a 2006 chevy uplander and i need to change the low beam headlamp how do i do it, also about a month after we had got the van the rear wiper stopped working i haven't checked the fuse yet, but is this a common problem for the uplander, and also the abs light stays on what should i do for that problem, and also when we drive it and then shut it off it does not want to turn on right away.
First thing check the fuses! Turn the key to the on 'run' position and check both sides of every fuse with a test light, or pull them out one by one, but test light is easier! If all is fine check for power on the starter main terminal (power will be constant when in any key position), then check for power on other terminal when in start position! If both powers are present then you will need a new starter!
Exactly. Not much else can go wrong. Located motor/pull and replace. Should be easy and inexpensive. No need to go to the dealer. Napa parts will be fine for this. Only other option I can think of is the switch...