Question about Land Rover Freelander
Problem is in the wiper motor. Inside is a grounding lug that parks the wiper blades when you turn them off. Right now they are just being shutdown by a loss of power, not parked.
Bill, ASE Master Technician
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: windshield wipers
You will need to replace the wiper motor. Most likely the circuit board is bad. You might check with your local chevy dealer and see if there is a recall on the wiper motor before you buy a new one, even if you are not the original owner the car the recall will still be done free of charge. Some chevy models did have a wiper recall. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
I've fixed this problem before. You have to disconnect the wiper transmission from the wiper motor. Put wipers in off position, unbolt the plate on top of wiper, turn wipers on then off. In the off position see where the wiper transmission is position in relation to where the park position is, remove the top plate from wiper motor and position it so as to be able to reconnect the wiper transmission now in the proper place. Please keep me informed. thanks you
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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